Transpositions: From Science to Art (and Back)

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Transpositions: From Science to Art (and Back)

erstellt am 04. Oktober 2017

Transpositions: From Science to Art (and Back)


Stockholm, October 4-6, 2017


The Transpositions project is an artistic research project working with scientific data. Three artists, Gerhard Eckel, David Pirrò and Michael Schwab, have for the past three years investigated the possibility of generating new auditory and visual forms based on the analysis and transformation of data from four scientific fields: particle physics at CERN, cosmological surveys and simulations, genome biology, and biological neural network simulations. As a

second aim, the project also studies whether and how the new forms generated from this data are of scientific significance by asking the collaborating researchers to interpret the artistic outputs. By remaining true to the data while employing an artistic working method the project contributes to the development of a space for research that is shared between art and science. It asks: How can one form of knowledge be transposed into another? At what point is data pushed to the limits of representation?


The research event Transpositions: From science to art (and back) is a series of lectures, performances, symposia and discussions that aim to provide an overview of the Transpositions project and share the related work of invited guests. The three-day set of events spread across Stockholm brings concepts, data, artworks and people together to offer numerous opportunities to engage with transpositions between art and science in exhibitions, installations, performances, presentations, and discussions.


Keynote lecture by Hans-Jörg Rheinberger.


With contributions by: Magnus Bunnskog, Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback, Leif Dahlberg, Luc Derycke, Agostino Di Scipio, Gerhard Eckel, Örjan Ekeberg, Sabine Höhler, Hanna Husberg, Victor Jaschke, Ioana Jucan, Anders Lansner, Tina O'Connell, Daniel Peltz, David Pirrò, Martin Rumori, Hanns Holger Rutz, Martin Sahlén, Pelin Sahlén, Michael Schwab, Karolina Sobecka, Phoebe Stubbs, Nina Stuhldreher, Neal White, Marcus Wrangö and many more.


In cooperation with the Royal College of Music (KMH), the Royal Institute of Art (KKH), the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Färgfabriken, Audiorama, and the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz.


Funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF (PEEK, AR 257)




Wednesday Oct 4


14:00-16:00, (KMH), Presenting Transpositions, TP project team, Introduction

16:30-17:30, (KMH), Transpositions: From Traces to Data to Facts through Preparations, Models, and Simulations, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, Keynote lecture

20:00-21:00, (Färgfabriken), Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge, Daniel Peltz and Ioana Jucan, Opening performance


Thursday Oct 5


10:00-12:00. (KKH), Engaging Transpositions: Science and Art, part I, TP project team, scientists and guests. Moderated by Phoebe Stubbs, Panel discussion transposed onto the stage of artistic research

12:00-14:00, (Audiorama), The Illusion of Simultaneity, TP project team, Audio-visual installation

12:00-14:00, (Audiorama), 503 cluster waves, Marcus Wrangö, Audio-visual installation

12:00-14:00, (Audiorama), Friedman balancing a pencil on its point, Magnus Bunnskog, Audio installation

14:00-16:00, (KKH), Engaging Transpositions: Science and Art, part II, TP project team, scientists and guests. Moderated by Phoebe Stubbs, Panel discussion transposed onto the stage of artistic research

16:30-18:00, (KKH), ‘Experiment on a bird in the air pump’, Karolina Sobecka, Performance and discussion, moderated by Hanna Husberg

20:00-21:00, (KMH), Complexity and Complication, TP project team, Concert installation


Friday Oct 6


10:00-11:30, (Färgfabriken), Recovering Data Remains: (Re)Working Knowledge, Daniel Peltz and Tina O’Connell / Neal White, Discussion

13:00-14:00, (KTH), The Rattler, TP project team and David Granström, Performance installation

14:30-15:30, (KTH), Deep Architectures of Enquiry, Tina O’Connell / Neal White, Excursion / incursion

16:30-18:30, (KMH), From Data to Process: Algorithms that Matter, Hanns Holger Rutz, David Pirrò and Agostino Di Scipio. Project launch with guests

19:00-21:00, (KMH), Dinner (special ticket)




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