Ars Electronica Garden Venice

Igniting Creativity and Discovery where Science and Art Collide – Venice

Science Gallery Network (Int. - Atlanta/Dublin/Venice/Melbourne/London/Bengaluru/Detroit)

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The Science Gallery Garden at the Ars Electronica Festival will explore trust, technology, global challenges, arts innovation and new forms of digital storytelling. A showcase from the world’s only university network dedicated to public engagement with science and art, it will feature interactive workshops, experimental audio and visual experiences, livestreamed events and a specially-curated digital archive.

Igniting Creativity and Discovery where Science and Art Collide

How will virtual reality impact therapy? Where is the cloud and who controls it? How could biodesign improve or destroy our lives? What can stick insects teach AI about dance? How can art and science collaboration inspire climate activism? With 95% of the universe a mystery, what role do artists and scientists have in unravelling and understanding the unknown? The Science Gallery Garden at the Ars Electronica Festival will showcase the best of the world’s only university network dedicated to public engagement with science and art. The Garden will explore trust, technology, global challenges, arts innovation and new forms of digital storytelling, featuring interactive workshops, experimental audio and visual experiences, livestreamed events and a specially-curated digital archive. Explore Dublin’s tech infrastructure through a virtual walking tour or experience a VR therapy session; visit exhibitions floating in digital space and discuss cultural transformation and new ways of learning. Take a behind-the-scenes look at how show-stopping arts and science exhibits come together. Read, listen and watch content from our global youth community, or just stop by to take a break from passive consumption and get your hands dirty at one of our live workshops.

Science Gallery Venice, the Italian node of the Global Science Gallery Network, explores themes of sustainability, accessibility, and inclusion through the intersection of science, art, and technology. Based at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, it showcases cutting edge research through the powerful emotional lens of the arts in one of the most fascinating cities of the world. Through the gallery’s activities, young people have the extraordinary opportunity to meet and exchange ideas and curiosity with scientists, artists and innovators from all over the world.

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Sa, 25. Juni 2022 

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Science Gallery is the world’s only university network dedicated to public engagement with science and art. The Science Gallery Network consists of leading universities united around a singular mission: to ignite creativity and discovery where science and art collide. Science Gallery International is the non-profit, charitable organization catalyzing the growth of the network, providing services, tools and resources required to power and expand this unique global collaboration, which now has seven members across four continents: founding institution Trinity College Dublin (IE); King’s College London (UK); The University of Melbourne (AU); the Indian Institute of Science, Srishti School of Art Design and Technology, The National Centre for Biological Sciences (IN); Ca‘ Foscari University of Venice (IT); Michigan State University (US); Erasmus University Medical Center (NL) and Emory University (US). For more information about the Network, visit: sciencegallery.org

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