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Fall Symposium on "Art and science - a hybrid art and interdisciplinary research" 16th-17th November
Estonian Academy of Arts and Cultural Studies and Arts School Fall Symposium is based on the view that, despite the "mutual misunderstanding" is the art and science aspects that overlap and intertwine. The intertwining of music, arts, natural sciences, or computer, you can see the new media, telecommunications, and biotechnology are used in art, as well as other experimental nature of artistic practices. Our objective planning of inter-and transdisciplinary symposium examining the phenomena in the context of the art and science of collaboration and the resulting synergies related issues.

This symposium is the second event in the autumn events in a row, which is preparing for a major event, conference and exhibition "Art and science - a hybrid art and interdisciplinary studies," the 2014th year.

Location: Estonian Academy of Arts, Church Square 1, Knight of the building

Organised by: Estonian Academy of Arts (EAA), the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EMTA), Cultural Studies and Arts School ( GSCSA)

Supported by the European Social Fund, Estonian Academy of Arts, the French Institute in Estonia, Estonian Cultural Endowment

The symposium schedule:

16th November

10:00 to 18:00 Invited foreign guest lectures, and presentations are followed presentatioonid diskussionid (open to all interested parties, the EEA)

20:00 - concert at the " Bird, Whale Bug: Music From Nature "- David Rothenberg

(Open to all interested parties, EMTA chamber, Rävala 16)

17th November

11:00 to 16:00 Seminars and discussions in working groups (pre-registered participants, ECA)

1 ECTS receiving a doctorate and master's degree students who take part in the two day event and attend a presentation on the second day of seminars.

Pre-registration on the second day seminars: Niklas ring, heili.sormus @

Registration Deadline: 1st November 2012

English is the working language of the symposium, symposium and concert attendance is free of charge.

Stars of the evening:

Marina Gr Zini à is a professor of the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts, Fine Arts Institute, where he studies and teaches a post-conceptual art practices. He is a Fellow SAZU ZRC (s Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Art) Philosophy Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In addition to acting Marina Gr Zini à freelance meediateoreetiku, art critic and curator.

Alan N Shapiro is an interdisciplinary thinker who has learned to MIT science technology.He has published a very important science-fiction ` IT as a unique phenomenon in analytical work in "Star Trek: Technologies of Disappearance" (Berlin: AVINUS Verlag, 2004). He has written many articles on contemporary art, science and emerging technologies, and the problems are very much appreciated guest at conferences around the world. He is considered one of Jean Baudrillard ' s philosophy and cultural theory, a leading expert. Alan N Shapiro latest project is called "The Prisoner: Confinement and Freedom in the Global Village."

David Rothenberg is also known as a professor of philosophy, writer, musician and ecologist, who has a keen interest in various aspects of the study of nature. He combines his knowledge of the unique creations of nature, music, improvisation and electronic technologies. His book, "Hand` s End: Technology and the Limits of Nature "(1993) explores how the history of the tools have changed the way we are explaining nature and suggests ways in which future technology, the environment again come closer.

Xavier Masson is acting as artists and scholars in Paris and acquiring institutional cooperation in laboratory Le Laboratoire one of the leaders. The Laboratory @ Harvard in collaboration with sister organizations created exhibitions and research is carried out, covering a wide range of scientific and cultural fields. Cooperation with groups from both artists, designers and scientists. Le Laboratoire is the place to be an experiment, and exhibitions to showcase their work to a wide audience around the world.

Erich Berger is an active artist and cultural organizer, who lives and works in Helsinki, Finland. His special interest is associated with various forms of new media art, in which he examines the information technology processes and structures, by converting your ideas for installations, performances ' example and digital kasutajakeskkondadeks. He is a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, Austria, Finland and manages the work of the Association Biokunstnike. Biokunstnike Society   Erich Berger

Project Team: Piibe thresholds, Niklas ring, Veronika Valk, bandana Siib, Raivo Kelomees, Stacey May cohabitation

Program manager and coordinator of student: Niklas Ring