Creative Disturbance (Roots of Curiosity)

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Syndication

In this podcast, we uncover the wandering of a neuroscience lab crew in the Azores while in search for the exploration/exploration duality both in scientific work and beyond. We will talk about the importance of doing scientific retreats as a way to promote reflection about science, scientific questions and methodologies.
Direct download: Roots_Azores_Retreat.mp3
Category:Roots of Curiosity -- posted at: 6:35pm CDT

Connect People with Science in a Fun Way!

How to revolutionize the way people experience science? Guerilla Science create events and installations for festivals, museums, galleries, and other cultural partners, delivering science in a fun way.

Direct download: JenWongPodcast.mp3
Category:Roots of Curiosity -- posted at: 12:30am CDT

Roots of Curiosity: a Neuroscientist in a Science-Art Project [ENG]

What are the similarities of an artistic vs a scientific stage? What can scientists gain by working with artists? Neuroscientist and designer Gil Costa tell us about his experience as a participant in the science-art project "Roots of Curiosity".


Roots of Curiosity: Neuroscientists in a Science-Art Project [ENG]

Is it possible to create an object that is both artistic and scientific? Neuroscientists Maria and Ana discuss their experience as participants in the science-arts project "Roots of Curiosity". They paired with artists to create a "symbiotic" piece and tell us about their challenges and motivations.

http://neuro.fchampalimaud.org/en/news/162/


Roots of Curiosity: The Neuroscientist Gil and the Artist Tiago [ENG]

Neuroscientist Gil and Artist Tiago discuss working together and creating a symbiotic object during the project Roots of Curiosity, and how they created their performative art-science peice

 

Direct download: Tiago_Gil_Roots_of_Curiosity.mp3
Category:Roots of Curiosity -- posted at: 7:37am CDT

Joining Contact Improvisation and Neuroscience to Understand Social Decision-making [ENG]

In this podcast, Rita Venturini describes her idea for a project inspired by her comnined experience as a contact improvisation dancer and as a neurocientist. She wants to understand how what you think about others can biase your decisions in social contexts.


Raízes da Curiosidade: Tempo de Ciência e Arte, à Conversa com Madalena Wallenstein, a Curadora do Projecto [PT]

Neste podcast, Madalena Wallenstein dá a sua visão sobre o projeto de arte e ciência “Raízes da Curiosidade: Tempo de Ciência e Arte” e fala sobre o culminar do ciclo com o lançamento de um livro onde os intervenientes (duplas cientista-artista, criadores da ideia original, diretores artísticos e curadora) refletem sobre o processo de criação.

http://ccbfabricadasartes.blogspot.pt/2015/11/raizes-da-curiosidade-tempo-de-ciencia.html


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