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Title: Science 2


1
Science (2)
2
Experiments and research as art and art as
research
3
Milford Graves, Heart beat research (2005)
Radio Interview (9 min.)
4
Genesis, Eduardo Kac (1999)
5
The Baudouin/Boudewijn Experiment A Large-Scale,
Non-Fatalistic Experiment in Deviation, Carsten
Höller (2000)
The Baudouin/Boudewijn Experiment will take place
in one of Belgium's most famous architectural
landmarks the Atomium. Built as the Belgian
Pavilion for the 1958 World Fair in Brussels, the
Atomium imitates the structure of an atom, and is
made up of nine spheres connected by tubes. In
the Brussels and European Conference Rooms,
situated in the central sphere, a space will be
set up to accommodate 100 people who are invited
to spend twenty-four hours in the space, stepping
out of their usual, "productive" lives for one
day. From 10.00am on 27 September until 10.00am
on 28 September 2001, the space will be closed to
the outside world. Public access will be denied,
and the inhabitants will be allowed to cease
their normal activities. They will do nothing at
all, and they will do it collectively.The
necessary infrastructure such as furniture, food,
sanitary installations and safety measures will
be provided. Though no particular programme or
means of entertainment will be suggested,
participants are free to bring with them what
they wish. Essentially, the experiment will be to
experience what happens when people are freed
from their usual constraints and yet collectively
confined to a particular space and time.The
Baudouin/Boudewijn Experiment will not be
documented by means of film or video the only
"recordings" will be the memories of the
participants, and these will be disseminated
through the stories they may tell after the
event. The experiment will thus be completely
unscientific, since objectivity is not the aim.
Rather, it will be a unique opportunity to
experience together the possibilities of escape
from one?s daily routine, to participate in a
unique event with an unclear outcome.
6
Bio Mapping, Christian Nold (2004 - 2007)
7
Bio Mapping, Christian Nold (2004 - 2007)
biomapping.net
8
San Francisco Emotion Map, Christian Nold (2007)
pdf map
In Google Earth
9
Makrolab, Project Atol (Marko Peljhan and others)
1994-gt
10
Radioqualia recidency at Makrolab 2002 in Blair
Atholl Estate, Scotland
11
Science to the people!
12
DIY Algae/Hydrogen Bioreactor 2004
Futurefarmers/Jonathan Meuser (2004)
Radio Interview
13
Lunchbox Laboratory Futurefarmers/Jonathan Meuser
(2008)
http//www.futurefarmers.com
14
Creating and amplifying experiences of
natural/scientific phenomena and data
15
17x22, pigmented inkjet print, Carter Hodgkin
(2006)
Reiteration
Dust drop down
16
17x22, pigmented inkjet print, Carter Hodgkin
(2006)
Angular Acceleration
Vine drop down
17
17x22, pigmented inkjet print, Carter Hodgkin
(2006)
Hyper Decrement
Kinesis
Actual bubble chamber photographs
18
Axonometric introns and exons, Ben Fry (2003)
19
Axonometric introns and exons, Ben Fry (2003)
20
Cloaca, Wim Delvoye (2002)
Video (comic TV)
Interview with Delvoye
21
Performative Science
22
M.I.R. (MICROGRAVITY INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
Morag in Zero Gravity (2002)
(how parabolic (zero gravity) flight works)
23
M.I.R. (MICROGRAVITY INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
Various M.I.R Projects (2000-2003)
(how parabolic (zero gravity) flight works)
24
Orca Reggae, Jim Nollman and Orcas (1983)
Interspecies.com
25
Silent Night, Jim Nollman and wolves at a refuge
in Nevada (1983)
Scientific visualization of wolf hauling.
26
Joseph Beuys and Coyote I Like America and
America Likes Me (1974)
27
Discuss and answer the following questions with
your project group. Come to a consensus and
report back to the class after X minutes.
  • 1. Is there such a thing as an artistic method?
    Try to identify your method or the methods you
    see artists using. Make charts.
  • 2. How could these methods (above) be useful for
    the sciences?
  • 3. What do you think artists can contribute with
    to the sciences (other than what you discussed
    above)?
  • 4. What could be shortcomings for artists when
    engaging with sciences?
  • 5. From your experience in science and art
    classes, what do you feel are the biggest
    differences between the sciences and art?
  • 6. From your experience in science and art
    classes, what do you feel are the biggest
    similarities between the sciences and art?
  • 7. Is it interesting for artists to engage with
    the sciences? Why?
  • 8. How can artists benefit from being engaged
    with science?

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The Scientific Method
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Next Week
  • Presentations of a selection of Science Project
    Proposals (3 projects from each section). Make
    sure your website works well for the presentation
    (you will present it in Firefox or Safari on a
    Mac). You have only 8 minutes per group
    (including Q/A).

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Final
  • 730 PM Thursday the 19th of March in this room.

You can/should bring the reader and your notes
and lecture printouts to the final. You cannot
bring computers. The final exam will consist of
questions related to 1. The readings 2. The
lectures 3. Technologies worked with in the
sections 4. Ideas discussed in sections
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