Musion Academy screenings of holographic art by audiovisual artists
Paul Malone – Electric Universe
Artist Paul Malone examines the role that electro-dynamics play in forming the objects that we see in modern astronomy. Otherwise known as ‘Electric Universe’ theory or ‘Plasma Cosmology’, it traces the history of the study of electricity in Space from Birkeland through Langmuir and Jeugens to today’s advocates.
Andras Mengyan – Polyphonic Visual Space
András Mengyán from A22 Gallery in Budapest will explore the multi-viewpoint of vision where time-movement is the natural part of our perception, going beyond the three dimensional paradigm.
New Opera Hero & Dfuse – Audiovisual Algamations & Hybrid Art
Rachel Garrard & Eugenia Emets – Cosmic Geometry & Art
Vanessa Harden and Dr. Dominic Southgate – Urban Sputnik
A joint project with Dr. Dominic Southgate, Dr. Roberto Trotta, Professor Andrew Jaffe and Dr. David Clements from Imperial College London’s Astrophysics Group. They will be speaking about Urban Sputnik, a series of installations that express the frontiers of astrophysical research in a non-technical, inclusive way, which uses art and design as its primary language. It also creates a metaphorical sensory experience connecting the user with distant cosmological phenomena that cannot otherwise be directly perceived nor experienced on a human scale.
Ken McMullen – Signatures of the Invisible
‘Signatures of the Invisible’ was an exhibition of artists and scientists working at CERN, the European particle physics facility near Geneva. Ken McMullen’s latest work, Arrows of Time, is a radical new form of cinema consisting of 40 interchangeable elements that deal with art, literature, philosophy and contemporary physics, premiered at the Museum of Modern art in San Francisco.
Leif Maginnis TBC
Performance programme featuring the winners of the MAMAs Awards as well as the following performances:
Programme and timings subject to change. Admittance to talks and performances requires the FULL ticket, subject to space and availability.