LOKACIJE 20. jul – 7. avgustPaviljon Rektorata, Univerzit u Novom SaduDr Zorana Đinđića 1, Novi SadSvakoga dana, od 16 do 21 čas 20-31. julPaviljon „Dunavsko more“Štrand, Novi SadSvakoga dana, od 16 do 21 čas PROGRAM Sreda, 20. julPaviljon Rektorata, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu 19:00 Svečano otvaranje izložbe Priroda budućnosti Četvrtak, 21. julPaviljon Rektorata, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu 16:00 EkoPunkt Petak, 22. julŠtrand paviljon „Dunavsko more“18:00 Premijerno predstavljanje Klimatske kapsule i
U Novom Sadu, Evropskoj prestonici kulture, sinoć je otvorena izložba Centra za promociju nauke posvećena klimatskim promenama i ekološkom otisku. Izložba, koju Centar za promociju nauke realizuje sa svojim novosadskim partnerima i uz podršku Fondacije Novi Sad 2022, otvorena je do 7. avgusta u Rektoratu Univerziteta u Novom Sadu, svakim danom od 16 do 21 časa. Postavka Priroda budućnosti kroz spoj umetnosti i nauke tumači brojne teme i izazove u
U Novom Sadu, Evropskoj prestonici kulture, Centar za promociju nauke organizuje izložbu u Rektoratu Univerziteta u Novom Sadu i program na Štrandu u okviru sedmog izdanja manifestacije art+science Završnica projekta EkOtisak, koji Centar za promociju nauke realizuje sa svojim novosadskim partnerima i uz podršku Fondacije Novi Sad 2022, biće obeležena izložbom sa selekcijom radova koji kroz spoj umetnosti i nauke tumače brojne teme i izazove u kontekstu klimatskih promena. ložba
Children's science camps of the Center for the Promotion of Science are multi-day scientific research programs that offer young people the opportunity to develop their scientific projects in the company of peers with similar interests, through cooperation with adults who are experts in various fields. This year, in Novi Sad, with students from various high schools, we are investigating the future of the climate and the impact of climate change on life on planet Earth. At this camp, the future has arrived, and in it, young people, like real engineering teams, work to devise solutions, test their prototypes and improve the design of machines that make everyday life easier for the population of planet Earth. Work at the camp is conceived in the spirit of maker culture, mastery and use of sustainable materials through connecting different disciplines that are important for understanding climate change. The final works of the teams will become an integral part of the exhibition within the seventh edition of the art+science 2022 event.
Joana Moll’s browser-based installation confronts us with the environmental footprint of buying a book on amazon.com. It sheds light on Amazon’s often unacknowledged but aggressive exploitation of their users, which is embedded in the core of the so-called internet companies’ business strategies.
In nature, clams are detectors of pollutants; they serve as tiny filtration systems. Clams is a collection of kinetic sound sculptures which convert data from water quality sensors into sounds and movement. Each ‘clam’ is constructed from recycled waste plastic and contains a speaker. The continuously evolving microtonal soundscape gives each shell a subtle, life-like opening and closing action. Real-time readings from an industry-standard water purity sensor placed in the river, lake or sea of the cities where the artwork is presented, form the basis for the music, which is generated through a constantly shifting process based on water quality levels over time.
»Meandering River« is an audiovisual installation comprised of real-time visuals generated by an algorithm and music composed by an A.I. This digital artwork makes change perceivable by creating a unique awareness of time. Spanning over multiple screens, the piece reinterprets the shifting behaviors of rivers by visualizing and sonifying their impact on the surface of the earth.
Aerosonar is a spatial audio installation that displays air pollution in the exhibition space through musical composition. Human impact on the installation itself and alternating spatial conditions result in changes in the musical composition, which make visitors become aware of their impact.
From the very beginning of the a+s+cpn selection, the goal was to think about, practicaly adopt and constantly test the modalities of collaborative work that connects science and art, and on the basis of which art+science works are created. Initiating and establishing true cooperation between actors from the artistic, scientific and technological spheres requires openness, commitment and a research spirit. In this process, questions are asked and answers are sought using the perspectives and knowledge of all parties involved. The a+s+cpn selection is a highly dynamic process within the Center's art+science program, based on a network of diverse collaborators, through which creators of younger generations are encouraged and gradually included.
Ekotopie brings together several different works (a smart house, a radio station and a catalog of the possible) that try to synthesize scientific and artistic knowledge and visions. Devised as a space for speculative knitting on the basis of the already observed problems of the Capitalocene (mass production, pollution, inequality, dealing with unsustainable habits such as excessive shopping, unbalanced distribution of resources, excessive production and exploitation of nature), this ambient installation opens us up to possible visions of the application of existing mechanisms and knowledge to deal with the perceived problems. Designed as a tactile and sensory experience, it becomes the discursive space of the other.
Precisely 50 years ago, in June 1972, Stockholm held the first United Nations’ conference dedicated to human environment, where 26 principles aimed at environmental protection were adopted. Fifty years later, the temperature has risen more than in any other 50-year period in the last ten millennia. The concentration of carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere has increased by one third and five times more energy is consumed. There are more than twice as many people, but around 60% of all animals have died out, with more than half of the coral reefs destroyed.