It's time to get uncomfortable.
When progress relies on fundamental disorder, what happens to our established systems? How do we become comfortable mediating risks in unchartered territory? This event, organized by the Paul-Drude-Institute for Berlin Science Week, attempts to address states of transition in science, technology, and society. Co-curated by artist and former scientist Francesca Rocha Gonçalves, this is the fifth collaboration between the Paul-Drude-Institut and Berlin Science Week. The event takes place in the new Art Science Forum at Holzmarkt and features exhibitions, workshops, presentations, and lively discussions.
Join us for an evening of discomfort and discovery on 9th November, 2023.
Francisca Rocha Gonçalves is a researcher from Porto, currently living in Berlin. Francisca recently worked on the AQUATAG project at the IGB Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, has a background in biological sciences with a degree in Veterinary Medicine from ICBAS (University of Porto), a Multimedia Master in Interactive Music and Sound Design from FEUP (University of Porto), and a PhD in Digital Media from FEUP (University of Porto). Francisca's research focuses on acoustic ecology in artistic creation as a tool for environmental awareness concerning underwater soundscapes.
18:00 until late
9th November, 2023
Art & Science Forum at Säälchen, Holzmarkt
Holzmarktstr. 25, 10423 Berlin