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Creative Disturbance is an international, multilingual platform that provides a unique virtual environment for the intellectually curious across the globe to meet, network, collaborate, create, and socialize.

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Creative Disturbance is an international, multilingual platform that provides a unique virtual environment for the intellectually curious across the globe to meet, network, collaborate, create, and socialize.

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By bigmac000 - Nov 21 2014
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Really enjoyed the discussion on the Arts Activities of Successful Scientists. Great listening while driving home. Look forward to hearing more!

The greatness sneaks up on you

By thecvincent - Nov 13 2014
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The description is really horrible in itunes. In a nutshell, this is a podcast with conversations that happen in the space where art meets science. It’s new and still a little rough, but if you enjoy podcasts like Story Collider and 99% Invisible then you will probably fall in love with this collective of podcasts. I started listening with the assumption that the content would appeal to both artists and scientists, but it’s more geared toward individuals who are a little bit of both. Give yourself two or three episodes before you render a verdict. The audio quality could be better, and most of the conversations should be trimmed to give a concise feel and increased pace, but I’m excited to see where the series goes. Keep producing!

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By bigmac000 - Nov 21 2014
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Really enjoyed the discussion on the Arts Activities of Successful Scientists. Great listening while driving home. Look forward to hearing more!

The greatness sneaks up on you

By thecvincent - Nov 13 2014
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The description is really horrible in itunes. In a nutshell, this is a podcast with conversations that happen in the space where art meets science. It’s new and still a little rough, but if you enjoy podcasts like Story Collider and 99% Invisible then you will probably fall in love with this collective of podcasts. I started listening with the assumption that the content would appeal to both artists and scientists, but it’s more geared toward individuals who are a little bit of both. Give yourself two or three episodes before you render a verdict. The audio quality could be better, and most of the conversations should be trimmed to give a concise feel and increased pace, but I’m excited to see where the series goes. Keep producing!
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Creative Disturbance

Latest release on Nov 17, 2020

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Creative Disturbance is an international, multilingual platform that provides a unique virtual environment for the intellectually curious across the globe to meet, network, collaborate, create, and socialize.

Rank #1: Rencontre avec Christian Poincheval

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Echange de procédé. Dans cet épisode, Fabrice L’Hénaff s’entretient avec Christian Poincheval au sujet de sa participation à l’exposition Improbables  et des enjeux artistiques et culturels de notre époque.

Jan 17 2019

17mins

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Rank #2: Roger Dean

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A conversation on sonification and electroacoustics between Scot Gresham-Lancaster and Roger Dean, British-Australian musician, academic, biochemist and cognitive scientist. 

Sep 21 2018

37mins

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Rank #3: Chris Chafe

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Chris Chafe talks about his years of experiences in the field of sonification with Scot Gresham-Lancaster. Chris is the Director of the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics. Listeners who want to hear some of Chris’s excellent sonification work can go here:

http://chrischafe.net/portfolio/sonification-2/.

His bio is at:

http://chrischafe.net/about-2-2/

Jun 19 2018

53mins

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Rank #4: Possibility of Training Our Gut Instinct with Roger F. Malina and Yusra Khan

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Jun 01 2018

11mins

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Rank #5: Genes, Collaborations, and Permissions with Adam Zaretsky

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In this Biocoillider episode, Adam Zaretsky talks with Matej Vakula about multi-species collaborations in bioart. What does it mean to ask for permission, and how do we ask non-humans? Can language or training influence gene expression? What ideas truly underpin the aesthetics of transhuman enhancement? What does the hype around certain scientific discoveries--such as CRISPR--serve? These questions are only a few excerpts from the range of topics we discussed.

Dec 06 2019

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Rank #6: The Affirmation Game and Creative Resilience

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Diamond Beverly in conversation with colleague Roger Malina to discuss the affirmation game, mental health, and representation in video games. Negative thoughts plague our self-conscious and effect how we proceed throughout life. The affirmation game is a visual representation of combating negative thoughts with positive affirmations based on Diamond's personal practice in overcoming trauma through creative resilience.

Dec 14 2019

15mins

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Rank #7: Creativity, Innovation and Social Change: Conversation with Vlad Glaveanu

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Jul 23 2018

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Rank #8: The Design of Today, Art of Tomorrow

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Aug 11 2018

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Rank #9: Commercial Culture, Realism and Pop Art: A Conversation with Michael Lobel

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Join Ben Lima for a conversation with art historian Michael Lobel, author of numerous books on the subjects of pop and postwar art. The two discuss realism, pop art, and how the culture of commercial art has changed over the years. 

Recorded and edited by Oskar Olsson. 

Jul 29 2018

19mins

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Rank #10: Revisiter les savoirs

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Focus dans cette seconde partie de l'entretien sur la scène artistique contemporaine camerounaise et sur le rôle des institutions dans la promotion d'une avant-garde intellectuelle et artistique. Aude-Christel Mbga, diplômée de l'I.F.A, redit l'importance qu'elle accorde au développement de pratiques locales, et à la distance critique qu'elle entretient avec la diaspora.

Nov 13 2019

19mins

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Rank #11: Pamela Z / Sonic gestures extraordinaire- Part 2

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Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who makes solo works combining a wide range of vocal techniques with electronic processing, samples, gesture activated MIDI controllers, and video. She has toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Japan. Her work has been presented at venues and exhibitions including Bang on a Can (NY), the Japan Interlink Festival, Other Minds (SF), the Venice Biennale, and the Dakar Biennale. She's created installations and has composed scores for dance, film, and chamber ensembles (including Kronos Quartet). Her awards include the Rome Prize, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Doris Duke Artist Impact Award, the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation residency, the Herb Alpert Award, and an Ars Electronica honorable mention, and the NEA/Japan-US Fellowship. www.pamelaz.com

Sep 03 2019

31mins

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Rank #12: Chocs esthétiques

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Elise Atangana est une commissaire d'exposition indépendante basée à Paris. Autodidacte, elle se forme notamment auprès de Simon Njami et participe depuis aux évènements majeurs de la scène artistique contemporaine. La première partie de cet entretien est consacrée à son parcours et à ses rencontres, de la biennale de Venise à celle de Dakar, ainsi qu'aux expositions dont elle a assuré le commissariat ces dernières années.

Nov 12 2019

28mins

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Rank #13: Feng, Qianhui: Collision of Chinese Traditional Aesthetics and Contemporary New Media Art/[CN] 冯千卉: 中国古典美学与当代新媒体艺术的碰撞

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Feng, Qianhui is an architect, interactive designer and multi-media artist. She is focusing on Interactive architecture and multi-Media art, as well as immersive theatre and interactive performance. She has earned two master degrees, first one is in the major of Architectural Design and theory from Harbin Institute of Technology, and second one is in Design for Performance and Interaction from the Bartlett School of University College London. In this episode, Feng first introduced one of her architecture project, the museum of the Chinese writer Cao, Xueqin, who is the author of Dream of the Red Chamber, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. The architectural project features a spatial embodiment and visualization of Cao’s literary world. The counterpart concept of space in Chinese language is kong jian 空间. Although kong 空 is translated as empty in English, but from a Daoist perspective, it actually means unlimited potentially. Thus, the space is not understood as a physical one with a determinate length and width, but rather a place of people’s life, memory, feeling, and open possibility. The conversation also covers the ideas of cang 藏 (hide), kuang 框 (frame) from traditional garden creation. After a few years of work as an architect, Feng then enrolled in IAlab in University College London to develop her knowledge in Performance and Interaction designing. Feng tried to combine her long-term interest in traditional Chinese aesthetics and contemporary media art creation. She created a new form of theatre named Inner Awareness using the design of a spatial interactive installation that will assess the relationship between performance, space and audience, thereby providing the audience with a thoroughly immersive experience. It is based on a romantic classic Chinese Kunqu Opera THE PEONY PAVILION written by dramatist Tang, Xianzu in Ming dynasty 400 years ago. THE PEONY PAVILION tells a love story through the medium of dream beyond space and time, even beyond life and death. Nonetheless, the employment of digital technology can result in a new and better theatrical interpretation; the coming together and fusion of classical drama and contemporary digital art has the potential to give the opera a new lease of life. Feng used real-time body tracking, augmented reality and projection mapping to interact with the actor’s performance to transform the theatre space into a dream world. In such a space that is artistic and dreamlike, the audiences can transcend space and time, actual and virtual, become one with Du, experience her brave and persistent pursuit of her love and then raise their own inner awareness. Furthermore, the installation can also be seen in a wider context and not only in the parameters of this one particular art form. Thank you for listening! Please don’t hesitate to contact me via duansiying@gmail.com if you would like to learn more about the details of the conversation or have any suggestion.

May 14 2019

27mins

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Rank #14: Job Hunting

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Aug 28 2018

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Rank #15: Humans or Robots

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Leonardo Space Art & Science Workshop "Visions for the 21st Century", Paris, March 2019 co-organised by Annick Bureaud and Ewen Chardronnet. Each participant answered the same first question and then two other questions picked up among a set of cards. Sound design Jean-Yves Leloup. Project website: http://www.olats.org/space/sasc21/2019/sasc21_2019.php Project supported by the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation - https://www.fondationcarasso.org/

0 - What has attracted you to space, 13'38 1 – Humans or Robots, 4'23 2 – Dark Night or Full Moon, 4'37 3 – Astronomy or Astronautics, 4'57 4 – Colony or Space Station, 10'06 5 – Space Art or Space Culture, 4'31 6 – We are in 2121, if we were to have a workshop on space art science and culture, what would you like to be talking about, 6'36 7 – Ask your own question and answer it, 7'21

Aug 29 2019

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Rank #16: Transdisciplinary Collaboration Will Save Our Planet

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In a world where we can’t observe our individual impact on ecological concerns, how can we spread awareness, and induce behavioral change? How do we redesign a culture? This episode will introduce many topics such as the implication of artists in complex ecological situations, self-reflection towards carbon footprint and the impact of space exploration.

Apr 19 2019

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Rank #17: Brian Foo - the DataDriven DJ

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Brian first came to my attention with the “Data Driven DJ” project which is an amazing set of 10 tracks of various “experiments” in tunes made from data sonification techniques.  He is an artist and computer scientist living and working in New York City. He is a data visualization artist at the American Museum of Natural History, where he communicate scientific data and research through interactive digital and physical exhibits. In his personal work he combines music, data, and algorithms as the Data-Driven DJ. Just check it out at https://datadrivendj.com Here is a reprint of his contact information from https://brianfoo.com Contact me at hello@brianfoo.com. Get updates via my very infrequent newsletter. Follow me on Twitter or Facebook. Fork my code on Github. Watch my media on Vimeo. Read some old writing on Medium.

Sep 05 2019

29mins

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Rank #18: The Power of Art, From Museums to Medicine: A Conversation With Bonnie Pitman Part 2

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Bonnie Pitman joined The University of Dallas at Texas as Distinguished Scholar in Residence in 2012 to research and develop partnerships between UTD and cultural and health-related institutions. She serves in the Office of the Provost, and The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, The Center for BrainHealth and the School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication.

As Director of Art -Brain Innovations at the UT Center for BrainHealth and the Brain Performance Center, Pitman expands her research and teaching of the power of observation, meditation, and compassion and her “Do Something New” Practice to foster brain health. These initiatives will connect neurological research with the experience and process of seeing, looking and observing and develop a framework The Power of Art™. She is collaborating and teaching with the staffs at Center for Brain Health and the Brain Performance Institute to develop these initiatives.

With the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, Pitman directs the Art and Medicine program that focuses on the ways museums use their collections in developing close observation of works of art to enhance the diagnostic skills needed for medical practice. The Art and Medicine website at the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History includes research, resources, and courses that cultivate connections between art history and medical education. In 2016, she organized a national convening of Art Museums and Medical Schools at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC the documentation of the Forum is on the website. She teaches a course titled “The Art of Examination” using the collections of the Dallas Museum of Art for UT Southwestern Medical School students and also presents at Grand Rounds in hospitals, including UT Southwestern Medical Center, Baylor Medical Center, UT San Antonio published articles on the art and medicine programs are in the New York Times 2016, the San Antonio Medicine 2017, and Dallas Morning News, 2017. Her most recent publication is in the Journal of American Medicine, was published in January 2018, Pharma Art—Abstract Medication in the Work of Beverly Fishman.

Working with the UT Dallas School ofArts, Technology and Emerging Communication to develop new initiatives with cultural and health organizations to support the strategic plan. Prototyping innovative ways to engage audiences in the arts, sciences and healthcare using new media platforms. Partnering with the Educational Technology Services and ATEC to design and produce videos the Art of Examination, course using works of art to teach sympathy, empathy and compassion.

The former Eugene McDermott Director of The Dallas Museum of Art, she is a national leader in the public engagement of works of art. Under her leadership the Museum’s artistic excellence and engagement with the community dramatically increased. Pitman championed the transformation of the institution. She completed the Museum’s$187 million campaign to support the endowment and improve the building. Initiatives included the Center for Creative Connections, the Framework for Engaging with Art research, DMA’s Late Nights programming. The American Association of Museums recognized her lifetime contributions to the field with the Award for Distinguished Service to Museums in 2011. She served as Chair and as a member of the American Association of Museums Accreditation Commission for 12 years.

Pitman has published six books including Ignite the Power of Art: Advancing Visitor Engagement in the Museum, Excellence and Equity: Education and Public Dimension of Museums, and The Dallas Museum of Art: A Guide to the Collection.

Pitman received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude in art historyand graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Sweet Briar College, Virginia and a Master of Arts in art history from Tulane University.

Oct 01 2019

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Rank #19: Globalization and the Baroque: A Conversation with Ambassador Jorge Alberto Lozoya Part 2

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Jorge Lozoya, who is the founding director of the International Museum of the Baroque in Puebla, Mexico, following a distinguished career as internationalist and historian, visits the Athenaeum Review podcast to talk about Mexico, globalization, the baroque and much more.

Oct 27 2019

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Rank #20: The Power of Art, From Museums to Medicine: A Conversation With Bonnie Pitman Part 1

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Bonnie Pitman joined The University of Dallas at Texas as Distinguished Scholar in Residence in 2012 to research and develop partnerships between UTD and cultural and health-related institutions. She serves in the Office of the Provost, and The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, The Center for BrainHealth and the School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication.

As Director of Art -Brain Innovations at the UT Center for BrainHealth and the Brain Performance Center, Pitman expands her research and teaching of the power of observation, meditation, and compassion and her “Do Something New” Practice to foster brain health. These initiatives will connect neurological research with the experience and process of seeing, looking and observing and develop a framework The Power of Art™. She is collaborating and teaching with the staffs at Center for Brain Health and the Brain Performance Institute to develop these initiatives.

With the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History, Pitman directs the Art and Medicine program that focuses on the ways museums use their collections in developing close observation of works of art to enhance the diagnostic skills needed for medical practice. The Art and Medicine website at the Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History includes research, resources, and courses that cultivate connections between art history and medical education. In 2016, she organized a national convening of Art Museums and Medical Schools at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC the documentation of the Forum is on the website. She teaches a course titled “The Art of Examination” using the collections of the Dallas Museum of Art for UT Southwestern Medical School students and also presents at Grand Rounds in hospitals, including UT Southwestern Medical Center, Baylor Medical Center, UT San Antonio published articles on the art and medicine programs are in the New York Times 2016, the San Antonio Medicine 2017, and Dallas Morning News, 2017. Her most recent publication is in the Journal of American Medicine, was published in January 2018, Pharma Art—Abstract Medication in the Work of Beverly Fishman.

Working with the UT Dallas School ofArts, Technology and Emerging Communication to develop new initiatives with cultural and health organizations to support the strategic plan. Prototyping innovative ways to engage audiences in the arts, sciences and healthcare using new media platforms. Partnering with the Educational Technology Services and ATEC to design and produce videos the Art of Examination, course using works of art to teach sympathy, empathy and compassion.

The former Eugene McDermott Director of The Dallas Museum of Art, she is a national leader in the public engagement of works of art. Under her leadership the Museum’s artistic excellence and engagement with the community dramatically increased. Pitman championed the transformation of the institution. She completed the Museum’s$187 million campaign to support the endowment and improve the building. Initiatives included the Center for Creative Connections, the Framework for Engaging with Art research, DMA’s Late Nights programming. The American Association of Museums recognized her lifetime contributions to the field with the Award for Distinguished Service to Museums in 2011. She served as Chair and as a member of the American Association of Museums Accreditation Commission for 12 years.

Pitman has published six books including Ignite the Power of Art: Advancing Visitor Engagement in the Museum, Excellence and Equity: Education and Public Dimension of Museums, and The Dallas Museum of Art: A Guide to the Collection.

Pitman received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude in art historyand graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Sweet Briar College, Virginia and a Master of Arts in art history from Tulane University.

Sep 25 2019

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Jordan Wirfs-Brock - Radio Story Telling with Sonification

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Jordan Wirfs-Brock is making innovative sonifications for radio. She is working on a PhD in Information Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research explores how voice interaction, sonification, and narrative support people as they learn to listen to data, producing more meaningful and engaging experiences with information. She has studied how people consume news across various devices and transition between offline and online behaviors.

Nov 17 2020

37mins

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Medical Nihilism: A Conversation With Jacob Stegenga

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Our guest on this podcast is Jacob Stegenga, the author of Care and Cure and Medical NihilismWe discuss the effectiveness of medical interventions, the relationship between philosophers and practitioners, how to deal with complexity, the nature of sexual desire, and much more.

In this episode: 

How do doctors and other medical professionals respond to the argument for medical nihilism? (2:45) — Issues of publication bias and replication crisis: parallels between animal cognition research and medical research (7:00) — Are there examples of “gentle medicine” being used successfully in the health care system? (8:30) — How do the institutional motives and incentives for excessive intervention affect physicians’ behavior? (10:45) — How does an ordinary person know when, or when not, to trust the experts? (14:00) — Differentiating between simple and complex causes of disease (viruses & bacteria, vs. depression or schizophrenia; 17:45) — With complex conditions, could it ever be worth trying interventions that don’t seem to “make sense”? (21:00) — Current research on the philosophy of sexual desire: Is there a nature to sexual desire? What about social and cultural causes? (25:00) — Is sexual desire an individual or social phenomenon? (30:00) — Understanding the sexual desires of others through philosophy, literature and empirical science (34:15) — Current and future projects: formal logic in philosophy of science, and applications in society (37:30)

Oct 08 2020

39mins

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Virtual Events in the Arts: A Conversation with Michele Hanlon

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Michele Hanlon, Associate Dean for the Arts at UT Dallas, discusses how teaching and performance have moved online in spring 2020, highlighting the School of Arts & Humanities Virtual Events in the Arts.

In this episode: 

How to keep figure-drawing classes going under a shelter-in-place order (1:15) — Using Blackboard Collaborate to conduct a conditioning class in real time, as well as recording sessions for later (4:15) — Working remotely: from dance choreography to music ensembles (6:30) — Recent successful virtual events, including Mikhail Berestnev’s piano recital and a virtual tour of the Light Waves exhibition (10:30) — Advice for artists and collaborators adapting to the current situation (13:30) — Announcing the Faust radio play (14:30)

Oct 08 2020

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The State of the Arts and Humanities: A Conversation with Nils Roemer

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Our guest on this episode of the podcast is Nils Roemer, interim dean of the School of the Arts and Humanities, director of the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies, and the Stan and Barbara Rabin Professor in Holocaust Studies at The University of Texas at Dallas.

In this podcast: 

The timing of the transition to online learning (1:00) — The importance of engagement, closeness, proximity in humanities education (2:45) — Adapting to the technology of Microsoft Teams, online classes (5:15) — How to connect globally, across other borders and barriers, the importance of diversity (6:45) — After four successful searches, new tenure-track faculty coming to the School of Arts and Humanities (9:00) — Finding opportunity at moments of crisis and change (10:00) — Counteracting the compartmentalized, segregated model of knowledge (11:00) — Students are looking for some way to make different models compatible with one another; to make connections among disciplines (11:45) — Why students from Management or Computer Science are attracted to the arts and humanities (12:30) — Coffee houses as spaces of knowledge: the physician sitting next to the creative writer in Vienna (14:00) — Newest developments at the Ackerman Center: Developing an online MA in Holocaust and Human Rights Education (16:15) — Current project on Central European Jewish travel, from the 1880s to the immediate postwar period, considering the concepts of the flaneur, as well as class, nationality and ethnicity (17:45) — Upcoming project on how the Holocaust evolved dynamically after 1941 (19:00)

Oct 08 2020

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Episode 7 The Quantum Provocation

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Can Quantum Physics help us solve the problems of race and discrimination in our society?

This provocation explores science culture and art through the medium of the Spoken Word.

Hear the contemplations of a recovering Astronomer; learn of the superposition of exitons of injustice in discriminatory design; the questionings of a quantum lab observer; and the hidden consciousness in man-made systems.

A compilation of the voices of

Roger Malina

Kylee Hong 

Arya Agrawal 

Ayen Kuol

Oct 05 2020

33mins

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Episode 6 Part 3 of the class Laboratories Ways of Knowing Science and Poetry

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Get insight into the, fun, wonder full, explorative, walk in the rain kind of romantic - interdisciplinary class designed and taught by Nomi stone: Ways of Knowing Science and Poetry.

Learn of the various processes and experiences that science and Poets have in fusing the arts and sciences.

Oct 05 2020

14mins

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Episode 6 part 2 of Science Knowledge Power and Poetry

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Join Nomi Stone and Ayen Kuol in discussing the relationships between Knowledge and Power, Science and culture.

Contemplate on why we as a society value what we value, and what is truth. Reflect on your poetic vision of the world around you.

Oct 05 2020

12mins

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Episode 6 part 1 our beginnings Science Poetry with Nomi Stone

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Immerse yourself into the journey of a poet and scientist in discovering the joy of Poetry, Science and Poetic science. "What would it be like to be a field worker of the Natural World and the sciences?" 

Nomi Stone, Anthropologist, Poet, designer, and teacher of the undergraduate course, Ways of Knowing: Science and Poetry, challenges the beliefs of a compartmentalized and labeled world.

Oct 05 2020

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Episode 5 Carbon Nanotube Entangled Soundscape

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Get entranced by the digital soundscape created by an entanglement of the sounds of elements, cultures, and data from carbon Nanotube Scanning Electron Images.

Produced by Ian Clothier, this soundscape features the sounds:

-A traditional New Zealand Putorino tane played by Darren Robert Terama Ward

-Fire By Dynamicell

-Carbon Nanotube SEM

-Haley's comet

-Comet Swan

-Meteor showers.

This piece is created as an artistic response to the collaborative study of carbon Nanotube entanglement. Listen to Ian Clothier explain his process of how to entangle carbon.

Oct 05 2020

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Episode 3 part 2 Messiness of collaborations a scientist an artist and a poet

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The very notion of a collaboration tends to get sidelined. Rarely are lessons given on 'how to collaborate'. Yet Collaborations, especially the interdisciplinary kind, remain one of the most challenging ways of working. Get insight into the collaborative process of an interdisciplinary study of Carbon Nanotubes Entanglement- with Ayen Kuol as the artist, Blake Bathman the Poet and Josef Velten the scientist.

Oct 05 2020

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Episode 4 Tangled across the fractals. A poetic Study of Carbon Nanotubes

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Dive into a 3 part poetic landscape that both investigates and celebrates the growth and entanglement of carbon nanotubes. A result of the collaboration between Artist, Poets and scientist.

Poems featured are :

'I remember'- By Blake Bathman, featuring video installation by Kylee Hong

'Entangled Dance'- By Ayen Kuol

C is for Carbon - by Ayen Kuol

Oct 05 2020

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Episode 3 part 1 Messiness of collaborations the poet the artist the scientist

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The very notion of a collaboration tends to set sidelined. Rarely are lessons given on 'how to collaborate'. Yet Collaborations, especially the interdisciplinary kind, remain one of the most challenging ways of working. Get insight into the collaborative process of an interdisciplinary study of Carbon Nanotubes Entanglement- with Ayen Kuol as the artist, Blake Bathman the Poet and Josef Velten the scientist.

Oct 05 2020

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Episode 2 Is culture technology

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Join Ayen Kuol and Josef Velten as they reflect on examples in human history, and ponder the question, “Is Culture a Technology?” Can culture be designed?

This podcast is intended to incite deeper thinking on the subject.

Oct 05 2020

27mins

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The Search for Dark Matter: A Conversation with Xiangdong Ji

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Our guest on this podcast is Xiangdong Ji, project leader for the PandaX dark matter search collaboration in China's JinPing Deep-Underground Lab in Sichuan, China, and Distinguished University Professor of physics at the University of Maryland. We discuss the history of the search for dark matter, and the beauty and simplicity of physics.

Sep 17 2020

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Episode 1 Part 2 Art as a method of research

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Does modern Science have room to acknowledge and incorporate other disciplines and cultures in its progression and its methods?

Join Josef Velten and Ayen Kuol as they discuss the concept of using Art as a method of scientific research.

Sep 11 2020

29mins

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Episode 1 Part 1 Concerning the Ethics of Science

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Are we as scientists understanding the bigger picture of our roles as scientist in our modern world? Are we aware of the full spectrum of our power and implications our work has on the world?

Join Josef Velten and Ayen Deng as they discuss their scientific experiences.

Sep 11 2020

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Modernism, Classicism and the Built Environment: A Conversation with Justin Shubow Part 2

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On this episode, we talk with Justin Shubow, President of the National Civic Art Society, about modernism and classicism, the profession of architecture and its role in civil society, public monuments in Washington, D.C., the philosopher Michael Oakeshott, and much more.

Sep 11 2020

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Modernism, Classicism and the Built Environment: A Conversation with Justin Shubow Part 1

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On this episode, we talk with Justin Shubow, President of the National Civic Art Society, about modernism and classicism, the profession of architecture and its role in civil society, public monuments in Washington, D.C., the philosopher Michael Oakeshott, and much more.

Sep 11 2020

26mins

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Dignity: A Conversation with Chris Arnade

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Our guest today is Chris Arnade, the author of Dignity: Seeking Respect in Back Row America. He is a freelance writer and photographer whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Atlantic, Guardian, Washington Post, Financial Times, and Wall Street Journal among many others.

In this podcast:

What does “dignity” mean, and how do you recognize it when you see it? (1:30) — How the bureaucracy of “helping institutions” can have a bad effect on the people they are trying to serve (6:30) — What would be a better way for us to think about social issues in America? (11:30) — Growing up in small-town Florida, and views of the class structure in America (13:30) — What public policies do you think would help people who are struggling? (16:30) — Has writing this book changed your views on the role of religion? (20:30) — What America can learn from the virtues of El Paso and East L.A. (25:00) — Race, racism and the working class (30:00) — How do you approach the craft of photography? (33:30) — Techniques of storytelling: the influence of Roberto Bolaño’s 2666 and the feminicides in Ciudad Juárez (37:30) — Alternatives to mainstream journalism: the interviews of Nobel prize winner Svetlana Alexievich (44:00) — What are the ethics of interviewing people who are struggling? (46:00) — Has moving out of New York City affected your perspective? (48:30) — Observing American politics: Glenn Greenwald and The American Compass (51:30) –Fort Dodge, COVID at meatpacking plants , and truck stops in Missouri (55:15)

Sep 11 2020

58mins

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Luciano Queiroz (@lucianolqueiroz) e João Silveira (@johngaucho) recebem o querido Gustavo Reinecken (@g_reinecken) do podcast Trabalho de Mesa para conversar sobre a primeira temporada do Papo ArteCiência e o que estamos planejando para segunda.

Nosso objetivo é abordar assuntos relacionados a arte-ciência através de entrevistas com pesquisadores brasileiros nesse campo de estudo e entender o que é arte-ciência e como ela está inserida em nossas vidas.

O Papo ArteCiência é uma parceira Dragões de Garagem, ArteCiencia Brasil e do espaço de curadoria de conteúdos relacionando arte, ciência e tecnologia do MIT Press e da revista Leonardo, o portal Arteca.

Sep 09 2020

43mins

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Arts and Sciences

By bigmac000 - Nov 21 2014
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Really enjoyed the discussion on the Arts Activities of Successful Scientists. Great listening while driving home. Look forward to hearing more!

The greatness sneaks up on you

By thecvincent - Nov 13 2014
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The description is really horrible in itunes. In a nutshell, this is a podcast with conversations that happen in the space where art meets science. It’s new and still a little rough, but if you enjoy podcasts like Story Collider and 99% Invisible then you will probably fall in love with this collective of podcasts. I started listening with the assumption that the content would appeal to both artists and scientists, but it’s more geared toward individuals who are a little bit of both. Give yourself two or three episodes before you render a verdict. The audio quality could be better, and most of the conversations should be trimmed to give a concise feel and increased pace, but I’m excited to see where the series goes. Keep producing!