Philipp Lachenmann: DELPHI Rationale

 

Fellows Meeting 2015

In keeping with the Foundation’s funding priorities, the Fellows Meeting is designed as an interdisciplinary event, so as to appeal to both scientists and artists. The topic was selected by the alumni them-selves. A multi-disciplinary team that was formed to prepare the meeting chose the topic and developed an ambitious program for the event.

There will be three introductory lectures, in which Dr. Sybille Anderl, astrophysicist and science journalist, Prof. Dr. Cornelius Frömmel from the University Medical Center Göttingen, and Prof. Dr. Claus Pias from the Leuphana University of Lüneburg will describe how simulations have gained a foothold in both art and science, how they are used, and what opportunities and challenges exist in this field. The invited speakers and the lecture topics promise exciting discussions. As part of a workshop entitled “Crowd-Pong: Everyone versus Computer,” which was developed at the “Image Knowledge Gestaltung” cluster of excellence at Berlin’s Humboldt University, the participants themselves become part of a simulation. Subsequently, alumni have the opportunity to present and discuss with participants the use of simulations in their respective fields.

Evening highlights include a musical performance by Ruslan Vilensky, violoncellist and former (Schering) Fellow of the Orchestra Academy of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as a per-formance lecture by the Berlin-based artist Agnes Meyer-Brandis who will present her project “Moon Geese.”

The Fellows Meeting of the Ernst Schering Foundation is not open to the public.

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