Talk: No Art (School) Without Science

The 'No Art (School) Without Science' panel talking, CSM, 2013.
The 'No Art (School) Without Science' panel talking, CSM, 2013.
The 'No Art (School) Without Science' panel talking, CSM, 2013.
'No Art (School) Without Science' panel member talking, CSM, 2013.
The 'No Art (School) Without Science' panel talking, CSM, 2013.
The 'No Art (School) Without Science' panel talking, CSM, 2013.
Reassembling the Self 1, Susan Aldworth, 2012, lithograph image courtesy of the artist and GV Art London.
Susan Aldworth

Does the professional context define the artwork more than form and content?

In addition, this event also looked at the collaboration between the scientist and the artist in the dissemination of research data critical to scientific and artistic inquiry.

This event took place on Thursday 9 May 2013 in the Platform Theatre.

  • Dr Marius Kwint, Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture, University of Portsmouth
  • Susan Aldworth, Artist
  • Dr Steven Devleminck, Director Transmedia, LUCA, School of Arts, University of Leuven
  • Dr Dan Glaser, Director of Science Engagement, King’s Cultural Institute, KCL
  • Convened by Professor Marina Wallace, Artakt, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design

New relationships between aesthetic forms in the context of a new climate are better adapted to transmedia. The traditional artistic act authorizes new acts through new thinking. The model is the engine of change in science. One day we shall be able to do without all the arts, as we know them now: beauty will then have ripened into palpable reality (De Stijl).