Novocastrian 2050: Ecosystem Reboot

Newcastle Garden CQC Session 2: The invisible and inner Ecology

Louisa Magrics (AU), Andrew Lloyd (AU)

Sun Sep 13, 2020, 10:00 am - 10:30 am
All times are given in Central European Time (CET / UTC +1).
Livestream and on Ars Electronica Gardens Channel

This session will address themes of bio and nano art and how artists play an important role in making the invisible visible.

Human nature tends to lose sight from within whilst the natural world has always been full of hints to inspire new directions and new understandings. Science offers a great deal of knowledge but yet how much is assessable to the daily life? Can science allow art to help penetrate further into the heart of knowledge and help to bring new meaning of this knowledge into the greater world? Or is it only for the experts to decide what to do with this knowledge? What is the new role of art in the post-covid world?


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Project Credits / Acknowledgements

CQC Participants: Andrew Lloyd (AU) and Louisa Magrics (AU)
CQC Visualiser: Rully Zakaria (AU)
CQC Catalyst (Moderator): Matt McFarlane (AU)
CQC Newcastle Producer: Kristefan Minski (AU)
TV Studio Director: Neale Davy (AU)
TV Studio Crew: Lachlan Mayfield (AU), Cassandra Thomson (AU), Leah Paterson (AU), Elyh Tarran (AU), Jack Dalton (AU), Sam Baker (AU)
Creative Industries Advisor: Bernadette Drabsch (AU)
Scientific Advisor: Alex Callen (AU)
Special Thanks for technical support: Chris Wedlock (AU)

CQC Newcastle project was made possible by the University of Newcastle Faculty of Education and Arts Strategic Networks and Pilot Projects Scheme (SNaPPS) funding. Research Team: A/Pro Craig Hight, Dr Bernadette Drabsch, Dr Simone O’Callaghan, A/Pro Matthew Hayward, Dr Andrea Griffin, Dr Kaya Klop-Toker, Dr Alexandra Callen