Daring to Explore Quantum Creativity
Let’s talk about innovation in the arts.
Join us for an evening of exploratory conversation and performance around the potential of quantum creativity.
Prof. Dr. Oliver Benson (Professor for Experimental Physics, HU Berlin) will kick off the evening with an introduction to quantum mechanics.
Visual artist Roman Lipski will outline his innovative work on “Quantum Blur”, a technique for manipulating images using quantum operations and engage in an interdisciplinary discussion with Prof. Dr. Tim Schröder (Head of the Integrated Quantum Photonics Group, HU Berlin).
Berlin based choreographer, dancer and visual artist Hannah Schillinger will perform part of her solo “screen play”, connecting quantum with performance art and opening our eyes to new perspectives and principles of quantum physics.
How can art help us understand quantum technologies? Join us for a conversation with a Studio Quantum artist-in-residence Amy Karle (United States), to learn more about her practice and gain valuable insights into how their multidisciplinary research and work is developing.
To conclude the evening, Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost (Head of the UdK Design Research Lab, founding member of the Einstein Centre for Digital Future and Vice President of the Goethe-Institut) will comment on the potential for quantum technologies and interdisciplinary creativity.
This event is part of the virtual colloquium “Exploring Quantum Through Art and Design” by Universität der Künste Berlin (UdK) and the Goethe-Institut’s global project Studio Quantum. This live edition of the online colloquium as part of Berlin Science Week is organised in collaboration with Roman Lipski Studio.
Exploring Quantum Through Art and Design will launch on 19.10.2023 and take place on Thursday mornings from 9:30-11AM MEZ. All discussions will take place in English.
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The location is fully accessible for people using wheelchairs or other forms of walking aids via ramps and elevators.
Berlin, Berlin 10117 Germany