Simons Foundation Presents: The Sticky Space Between Art and Science
Where: Simons Foundation
160 Fifth Ave., 2nd Floor
646-654-0066 Price: Free
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Theoretical biophysicist Adam Lamson and interdisciplinary artist Laura Splan have recently embarked on a journey to rematerialize and revisualize biological structures that exist on a molecular scale.
Together, they are using Lamson’s models and simulations to produce a series of collaborative artworks that will manifest in the forms of weavings, sound and animations. They hope that by unlocking new spaces that exist at the intersection of art and science, they will explore the potential for an intuitive understanding of these highly complex structures in a way that will “stick” with broader audiences.
Join Lamson and Splan as they sit down with Ivvet Modinou, Director of Outreach, Education and Engagement at the Simons Foundation, to discuss their collaborative process and ongoing endeavor to co-create innovative artworks that invite people to contemplate and consider the invisible complexities of the biophysical world.
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