Nanocosmic Investigations. The Seminar.
The Seminar
Location: Red Room

The extended seminar the day after the opening includes lunch and a tour of the exhibition and is aimed primarily at the partners and stakeholders of the project. But it is open to all who are interested. The seminar will focus on the process and different modes of collaboration between the participating artists and ESS scientists and engineers. Each collaboration will present reflections on their process and outcome, with time for specific questions from the audience. In the end we will have a more open discussion, where we also will try to reflect on the future perspectives of this collaborative initiative of arts and science.

Seminar: Wednesday, 6 April, 11:00–14:30

Location: Red Room, IAC OR online via Zoom.

Registration:  The deadline for the registration has passed.

Seminar programme

11:00–12:00     Introduction by Christian Skovbjerg Jensen, IAC (moderator)

Presentation 1: Jeannette Ginslov & Keith Lim / Emil Rofors
Presentation 2: Tim Bishop / Beniamino Gentile
Presentation 3: Ish S / Bryan Jones

12:15–13:00     Lunch break

13:00–14:00     Presentations

Presentation 4: Ashley Middleton / Swati Aggarwal
Presentation 5: Axel Straschnoy / Iain Sutton
Presentation 6: Christine Kettaneh / Natalia Milas

14:00–14:30     Open discussion and closing remarks by

Jo Lewis, public engagement officer at ESS
Mats Fastrup, museum director at Malmö Museer
Christian Skovbjerg Jensen, director at IAC

Participating artists/scientists:

Tim Bishop & Beniamino Gentile / Christine Kettaneh & Natalia Milas / Ish S & Bryan Jones / Jeannette Ginslov, Keith Lim & Emil Rofors / Ashley Middleton & Swati Aggarwal / Axel Straschnoy & Iain Sutton

Read more about the selected artists here.

The residency is a collaboration between Malmö Museer, the European Spallation Source (ESS) and Inter Arts Center at Lund University.

ESS is a joint European research facility currently being built in Lund. The facility is comparable to a giant microscope where neutrons are used to analyse samples at the atomic and molecular level.

Read more about the European Spallation Source (ESS) here.

The residency is made possible by the European Regional Development Fund through the Wisdome Innovation Project including the following partners: the City of Malmö, Lund University, Altitude Meetings AB, Malmö University, the European Spallation Source (ESS) and Game Habitat Southern Sweden.

Read more about Wisdome Innovation here

Go back to ‘Nanocosmic Investigations. The Exhibition’.

Event dates
6 April, 11:00