Creative Disturbance

Charlie Cotton speaks about collaboration and discovery in the context of KLAS. 

Edited by Oskar Olsson.

 

 

Direct download: KLAS_Ep3_Charlie_Cotton_1.mp3
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Janeil Engelstad talks with Evelyn Tickle about Grow Oyster Reefs, her work to restore oyster reefs along the US Eastern Seaboard and the class she leads at James Madison University where students are designing buildings inspired by oyster reef design with an eye towards protecting shorelines, as the sea level rises. 
 
Bumper: "Color Garden" by lungfulls (https://soundcloud.com/lungfulls).
Direct download: MAP_Radio_Hour_-_Evelyn_Tickle.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:48pm CDT

Knowledge Link through Art and Science (KLAS) is an Artist in Residence program of the Max Planck Society. KLAS fosters ArtSci exchange and transdisciplinary innovation and education whilst also establishing a link between Synthetic Biology research groups of two research institutions – Rijksuniversiteit Groningen [RuG] and two Max Planck Institutes [MPI]. In addition to awarding two Artist Residencies in 2017, KLAS will present a series of events and conversations around specific thematic topics. KLAS is funded by the Max Planck Society and the Schering Foundation and organized by Polyhedra.

Caterina Benincasa, born in Rome, Italy, studied physics and philosophy at Bristol University, UK, and specialized in Aesthetics & Theory of Contemporary Art (MD), History of Science (MD) and World Heritage Studies (MD). She has been visiting lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sassari, Italy, researcher in Contemporary Visual Art, France, researcher in Neuroaesthetics at Don Gnocchi Foundation, Italy, and recently worked for the ‘Modern Geometry and the Concept of Space’ research group at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany.

In this episode, aesthetician and physicist Caterina Benincasa discusses the goals and inner workings of KLAS.

Direct download: CaterinaMP3_2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:42pm CDT

Eun Ah Lee and Emma Newkirk talk about a STEM student's choices, doubts, and how to overcome such doubts and keep going.

Direct download: When_you_Doubt_your_choice_1.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:13pm CDT

Knowledge Link through Art and Science (KLAS) is an Artist in Residence program of the Max Planck Society. KLAS fosters ArtSci exchange and transdisciplinary innovation and education whilst also establishing a link between Synthetic Biology research groups of two research institutions - Rijksuniversiteit Groningen [RuG] and two Max Planck Institutes [MPI]. In addition to awarding two Artist Residencies in 2017, KLAS will present a series of events and conversations around specific thematic topics. KLAS is funded by the Max Planck Society and the Schering Foundation and organized by Polyhedra. 

In this episode, Dr. Arren Bar-Even speaks about his work as the Research Group Leader for "Systems and Synthetic Metabolism" for the Max Planck Research Group.

https://klas.mpikg.mpg.de/venue/

Direct download: KLAS_Ep1_BarEven.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:08pm CDT

Janeil Engelstad talks with civic practice artist Frances Whitehead about Whitehead's work in Gary, Indiana, building sustainability into projects and the importance of renegotiating the symbolic and the practical in art. 

Direct download: MAP_-_Frances.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:02am CDT

A real thrill to get a chance to talk to music technology guru and one of the most dedicated sonification researchers today. It was a great pleasure to talk to Mark about his ideas regarding the direction of future sonificaiton research and the slow and steady approach to acclimating our future culture(s) with the idea of integrating sound in the representation of data as an expected part of the flow of knowledge.

Direct download: MarkBalloraFinal.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:26pm CDT

Janeil Engelstad talks with activist Sarah Corbett about Corbett's work in craftivism - a synthesis of activism and craft - and the power of quiet, thoughtful protest.

Direct download: MAP_Radio_Hour_-_Sarah_Corbett.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:59pm CDT

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