Yearly Archives: 2011

A Conversation with France Languérand by Vichinie Suos

16777216 colors : 3999#2 (2007-2010), by France LanguérandFrance Languérand is a multi-media artist who lives and works in Paris.  Languérand’s installations utilize the subjective nature of activity as its subject. For Languérand, activity does not stop, and is in constant … Continue reading

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Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe

Hendrick Goltzius, Portrait of Nicolaus Petri van Deventer, 1595Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe examines how celebrated Northern Renaissance artists contributed to scientific inquiries of the 16th century. Rare and treasured prints, drawings, books, maps, and … Continue reading

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Iddo Netanyahu’s A Happy End

 Iddo Netanyahu’s play A Happy End follows acclaimed Jewish physicist Mark Erdmann, head of the atomic lab at the University of Berlin, and his wife Leah through the arduous decision of whether or not to leave Germany following the notorious … Continue reading

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Art & Science: Twins Separated at Birth?

  Jen Cohlman an art librarian at the Smithsonian points out that the art world has fallen behind in the area of an online data base creation.  At the Biodiversity Heritage Library conference she wonders how the BHL can be used as an example for the art world. She feels that ”by creating stronger connections between … Continue reading

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“Silently For Me” by Richard Humann

Richard Humann, a member of the Board of Advisors for The Engine Institute, Inc., will present his latest work “Silently For Me,” on December 10th, at the Kaohsiung International Container Arts Festival, Taiwan. His vision of ”Silently For Me” is enthralling. The sculptural … Continue reading

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From Picasso to Jeff Koons: The Artist as Jeweler

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From Picasso to Jeff Koons: The Artist as Jeweler an exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY. Continue reading

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Providence Geek Dinner Tonight

The Engine Institute will present an how-to on how to make China Blue’s Fireflies and you will be able to see up close her Firefly Capes that were featured at the Pawtucket Arts Festival. We hope to see you there! October … Continue reading

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On the Neutron Trail: Enrico and Laura Fermi

Olivia Fermi, writer, photographer and process facilitator, offers a window into global paradoxes of the nuclear era through an intimately personal lens: her grandparents’ lives. Enrico Fermi, physicist, helped shape the quantum revolution and birth the atomic age. Laura Fermi, … Continue reading

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DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

My first trip to the deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in early October was truly refreshing. About 6 years ago I moved to New England and during this time I have tried to visit all of the New England museums … Continue reading

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Brown University’s NE Planetary Data Center

Brown University’s North East Planetary Data Center hosted a 3D data actualization presentation by The Engine Institute. The Engine Institute showed students how radar and optical data obtained from telescopes and space probes could be formed into plastic models of planetary terrains and asterods using the MakerBot CNC … Continue reading

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