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Art (& Science) Talk with Michael Hearst of One Ring Zero

July 23, 2012 by Whitney Dail Michael Hearst. Photo by Chris Smith/Photography, courtesy of Michael Hearst/One Ring Zero (Michael Hearst & Joshua Camp). “On a fundamental level, music is science… But for me, they really just happen to be two big interests of mine.” — Michael Hearst Michael Hearst has a taste for the unusual. […]

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Report from Transcending Borders: The Intersections of Arts, Science, Technology, & Society on a Global Stage

June 6, 2012 By Whitney Dail Amanda McDonald Crowley (far left) moderates the panel discussion Transcending Origins: An Artist/Scientist Cross-Discplinary Case Study with Dr. Andrew Baden and Liz Lerman as they share the experience of collaborating on The Matter of Origins, a multimedia performance exploring the beginnings of the universe. Photo courtesy of the Embassy […]

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Moving ArtScience into the Mainstream

May 4, 2012 by Whitney Dail Shilpa Gupta’s Singing Cloud —the result of her collaboration with Harvard psychologist and neuroscientist Mahzarin Banaji—is an example of an ArtScience project that was exhibited at Le Laboratoire (in winter 2009). Programs with ArtScience themes—exploring universal ideas, discoveries, innovations, and current topics—can promote greater understanding of humanity and cultural […]

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