Tag Archives: Olafur Eliasson

Sensing the Future: László Moholy-Nagy

László Moholy-Nagy at a training of bodily awareness, probably at the Feminist womens’ commune Schwarzerden, unknown photographer, ca. 1925

Sensing the Future looks at the sensory focus of the visionary Bauhaus teacher László Moholy-Nagy and the the influence of new technologies on our sensory experiences. Continue reading

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Tate Modern to be plunged into darkness

Developed over the last two years, Little Sun is a work of art that brings solar-powered light to off-grid areas of the world. Olafur Eliasson: Little Sun will feature a display about solar power which will include a special set-up … Continue reading

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Consilience: Photographers Operating at the Intersection of Art and Science

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The word ‘consilience’ was first used by William Whewellin 1840 in The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences to describe the coincidence of one class of facts with another. More recently, E. O. Wilson has made of us the term to … Continue reading

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Spaceship Earth: a Dialog Between Art + Science

The more advanced science gets, the closer it is to art. The more advanced art gets, the closer it is to science. Buckminster Fuller Richard Buckminster Fuller, one of the most influential architects of the last century, inventor, environmentalist and … Continue reading

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