samedi 9 novembre 2019
15h00 > 20h30
Bourse de Bruxelles
Place de la Bourse - 1000 Bruxelles
Artists and scientists together for a series of talks, conversations and performances around artistic practice and scientific knowledge
Stroll around, come closer, be curious. A group of scientists unveil the sciences behind a selection of breathtaking artworks part of the Garages Numériques exhibition.
Starting from the artists’ works, we’ll be talking about neurosciences, quantum physics, holograms, generative coding and northern lights – a programme à la carte designed to bring closer scientific knowledge.
Come with an inquisitive mind, and be ready to be wowed!
Sine is a participative performance / lecture about the physics of electronic music. Starting from a simple sinus, Sine illustrates, from the perspective of a physicist and of a musician, the way electronic music producers create sounds and compose music.
This performance is the product of an art & science experimental residency between François Gaspard – aka Shakmat Modular– electronics engineer and electronic music composer, and Boris Wilmot, motion graphic designer and digital artist.
Sine is a Ohme and BOZARLab coproduction, with the support of Innoviris – Brussels Institute for Research & Innovation and INFORSCIENCES.
⚠ UPON REGISTRATION – https://ohme.be/projects/sine/
Since the 1970s and 80s acoustic levitation techniques have primarily been applied by NASA and ESA to trap and navigate otherwise uncontrollable samples in microgravity. In the last two decades the same methods have also been used as a means of container less manipulation on Earth. Numerous experiments have been performed in a vast spectrum of research areas, including fluid dynamics, analytical chemistry, atmospheric sciences, molecular biology, and most recently tabletop astrophysics.
In Force Field, acoustically levitated water droplets resonate, vaporise and reassemble into spheroids, toroids and oscillating polygons while spinning nearly devoid of shear. The performance simultaneously taps into the 3-dimensionality of sound, the elusive physicality of water, as well as the rotational dynamics of celestial and subatomic bodies.
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