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Author Hediger, Irène.

Title Recomposing Art and Science : artists-in-labs
Published Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (268 pages)
Contents Foreword ; Introduction ; Exploring the Unknown ; Composing ; Art-Science and (Re)Making Worlds: Shaping Knowledge, Transforming Subjects, Challenging Institutions ; Embodying ; Creative Incubators for a Common Culture ; Explaining the Edge ; Art and Anthropology ; Neglecting
Overlapping Waves and New Knowledge Difference, Diffraction, and the Dialog between Art and Science Dreaming ; Inventive Experimentation: Weird Science, Affectivity and Archives of the Future
Rhythm Making. Heart Culture. Our Everyday World Received an Additional, Literally Unheard Dimension of Sound Biomediality and Art ; Hovering ; Aesthetic Difference: On the "Wisdom" of the Arts ; Modeling
Summary The interfaces between art and the scientific disciplines of biology, environmental science, neuroscience, and physics pose interdisciplinary questions that are an inspiration to researchers. The authors compare artists' experimentation set-ups and thereby reveal new levels of knowledge. The examples in the Artists-in-Labs program illustrate how artists approach problems and, in this way, create new tools for science
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Art and science.
Design and technology.
Laboratories -- Switzerland.
Form Electronic book
Author Scott, Jill, 1952-
ISBN 3110473089
311047459X (electronic bk.)
9783110474596 (electronic bk.)