Philipp Lachenmann: DELPHI Rationale



Weaving the Universe : From Atoms to Stars

Art///Fiorella Lavado
Science////Arthur I. Miller

Opening: September 9, 2010, 7.30 pm
Duration: September 10 – October 9, 2010
Monday through Saturday, 11 am until 6 pm
Admission is free

Ernst Schering Foundation
Unter den Linden 32-34 | 10117 Berlin

In cooperation with the British Council, the Schering Stiftung presents the exhibition project “Weaving the Universe: From Atoms to Stars” by Peruvian artist Fiorella Lavado and British physicist and historian of science Arthur I. Miller.

The artist will be showing her most recent works, which are made of stainless-steel wire, at the Project Space. The sculptures, created in discussion dialogue with Arthur I. Miller, provide the viewer with an idea of the phenomena of the universe which are basically invisible and difficult to grasp.

The exhibition will be launched on 9 September 2010 at 6pm with a lecture by Arthur I. Miller and Fiorella Lavado at the Robert-Koch-Forum of the Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin. With the title "A Journey Between Two Worlds" they will introduce the theme of the exhibition. The exhibition will officially open at the Ernst Schering Foundation at 7.30pm.

Fiorella Lavado & Arthur I. Miller about the exhibition:

“Weaving the Universe: From Atoms to Stars” originates from a unique collaboration between an artist and a scientist. This unusual approach requires that the artist strives to understand scientific concepts and the scientist is willing to examine nature from an artistic point of view. It seeks to evoke the ambiguity and beauty of the cosmos in the large – black holes and wormholes – and in the small – atoms, electrons and light quanta – while exploring the human mind, the means by which we imagine these strange worlds.”

A panel discussion with the title “Beyond Scientific Visualisation” will take place at the Schering Stiftung on 7 October 2010 at 7pm. The five panel members will approach the topic from a scientific or artistic background and will consider questions such as “Are collaborations between artists and scientists able to produce work capable of advancing scientific research?“, “Is art able to serve science without losing its artistic integrity?“ or “Are artistic concepts, like beauty, symmetry, and aesthetics, able to fertilize the increasingly complex and abstract visual language of science?“.
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Dates & Locations

September 9, 2010, 6 pm
Lecture “A Journey Between Two Worlds”
by Fiorella Lavado & Arthur I. Miller
Robert-Koch-Forum in der Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Dorotheenstr. 96 | 10117 Berlin
Registration not necessary

September 9, 2010, 7.30 pm
Exhibition Opening „Weaving the Universe: From Atoms to Stars“
Ernst Schering Foundation
Unter den Linden 32 - 34 | 10117 Berlin

October 7, 2010, 7 pm
Panel discussion: Beyond Scientific Visualisation. Are collaborations between artists and scientists able to produce work capable of advancing scientific research?
Ernst Schering Foundation
Unter den Linden 32 - 34 | 10117 Berlin
Registration via email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Further Information

The exhibition is a cooperative project of the Ernst Schering Foundation and the British Council.


1: Jaws of Darkness | art by Fiorella Lavado | science by Arthur I. Miller | © Noel Mc Laughlin
2-3: © Fiorella Lavado

Weaving the Universe




Weaving the Universe



a whiter shade of pale by Leni Hoffmann

Opening: Wednesday, May 26, 2010, 7 p.m.
Duration: May 27 – August 28, 2010
Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Free Admission

Ernst Schering Foundation
Unter den Linden 32-34
10117 Berlin

On May 26, 2010, the Ernst Schering Foundation, in cooperation with the Städel Museum, Frankfurt, opens the exhibition “a whiter shade of pale” by Düsseldorf-based artist Leni Hoffmann. Commissioned by the Ernst Schering Foundation, the wall work sid was developed specifically for the Foundation’s Project Space and will be donated to the Städel Museum, where it will be re-created. Curated by Dr. Martin Engler, head of the Städel’s post-1945 art collection, the exhibition also shows another work by Leni Hoffmann, ubik, which extends the exhibition space of the Ernst Schering Foundation towards the street.

sid_Leni Hoffmann


sid_Leni Hoffmann



Artistic Research. Aesthetic Practice as Sense-Making

Lecture by Prof. Dr. des. Alex Arteaga
Tuesday, 8 June 2010, 6.30 p.m.

Can aesthetic practice be understood as research? How can we say that the production of art as a creative process on the one hand and the experience of art on the other hand is a form of cognition? In his lecture, Alex Arteaga presents his thesis of the operative relationship between aesthetic practice and a specific concept of knowledge, which is based on an embodied, situated, relational, processual and transformative form of knowledge – embodied knowledge.

Alex Arteaga




Agnes Meyer-Brandis: Cloud Core Scanner – IN THE TROPOSPHERE LAB

Clouds, their formation and their substance, have long been a much-discussed topic in art and science. For artist Agnes Meyer-Brandis, it was thus a unique opportunity to be invited by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to participate in one of its zero-g flights, which are primarily reserved for scientific purposes, and to work under conditions of temporary weightlessness on her art project “Cloud Core Scanner.” Now, On January 14, 2010, opens the exhibition "Cloud-Core-Scanner - IN THE TROPOSPHERE LAB" in the Ernst Schering Foundation. The exhibition is accompanied by a four-part academic lecture program in the field of aerosol research.





Stefanie Bürkle: Placemaking | Mapping, Migration and The Fall of the Berlin Wall

Opening on November 5 at 7 p.m., “Placemaking | Mapping, Migration and the Fall of the Berlin Wall” by Stefanie Bürkle is the second exhibition that the Ernst Schering Foundation hosts in its new Project Space for Art and Science. There, the Foundation shows experimental or interdisciplinary approaches in the arts and sciences, in accordance with its funding and support activities. This time, the focus is on the interface of the fine arts and the humanities: urban research seen from an artist’s point of view. Placemaking



Carsten Nicolai: rota

Opening of the new project space of the Ernst Schering Foundation on July 2, 2009

By relocating to new premises at Unter den Linden 32-34, the Ernst Schering Foundation strengthens its operational activities and opens its own project space for exhibitions, lectures and workshops at the interface of art and science. The project space, which will be open to the public free of charge, is conceived as a space for experimental and interdisciplinary approaches in the arts and sciences and reflects the programs and activities of the Ernst Schering Foundation.




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