Want to find out more about the FEAT approach to art/science collaboration and the artworks resulting from the project? Articles by the FEAT artists and coordinator will not only be published in Leonardo journal, but are now also available for downoad for free.
Podcasts / Annick Bureaud
Listen to and download podcasts with artists and scientists of the FEAT collaborations who reflect on their work.
The music of time / Sorina Buzatu / 11 July 2017
Working with the National Metrology Institute of Germany, artist Kerstin Ergenzinger tries to give shape to the “sound of time”
Make do and mend and CRISPR gene editing / Richard Bright / July 2017
In this interview with INTERALIA MAGAZINE, Anna Dumitriu discusses the FEAT project, her approach to art and developing in-depth art/science collaborations.
Europe's quantum bet / Giuseppe Saija / 30 May 2015
Quantum mechanics is centre-stage in European research, with €1bn set to be invested by the European Commission in a new flagship initiative. Prof. Tommaso Calarco, from the Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology of the University of Ulm, in Germany, is among the authors of the Quantum Manifesto, a 20 page document which urges Europe to take action in the field of quantum science.
When sound drives a piece of art / 22 May 2017 / Rebecca Parsons
British artists are shaping the sound waves produced during quantum system simulations, so that the general public may grasp sophisticated mathematical concepts.
The mystery of quantum computers / 22 May 2017 / Rebecca Parsons
Our computers, even the fastest ones, seem today unable to withstand the needs of the enormous quantity of data we have to deal with in our technological society. That’s why scientists are working on computers using quantum physics, or quantum computers, so much faster and powerful than conventional computers.
Science: The language of the unknown / 22 May 2017 / Rebecca Parsons
Gallery: The fascination of the unknown for producing artworks
Meet the Atom / 30 January 2017 / Giuseppe Saija
A tale of scientists, religious leaders and artists trapped by the smallest particles of matter
The shape of the invisible / 30 January 2017 / Giuseppe Saija
Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand’s artworks shed (acoustic) light on quantum phenomena
Intelligence in the abyss / 14 December 2016 / Rebecca Parsons
Would you dive into a body of water populated by about 150 robots? That’s what could happen if you were to fall off a “gondola” in the Venice lagoon, where scientists from an initiative of seven European research institutes, are giving birth to the world’s largest population of autonomous robots.
The art of non-deterministic behaviour / 14 December 2016 / Rebecca Parsons
From the dreams of a mouse to reals snail email, "boredomresearch" extract the poetic dynamics of natural complex systems.
Robots in distress in the Venetian lagoon / 13 October 2016 / Rebecca Parsons
boredomresearch are designing an unconventional fleet of autonomous devices that can help fight pollution in the lagoon environment of Venice