CO-OPERATION CUISINE: SEAD INTERACTIONS IN FOODSCAPES

As you know there have been in recent years interesting art-science collaboration in molecular cooking and gastronomy- from wikipaedia here is a quote: “Molecular gastronomy is a subdiscipline of food science that seeks to investigate, explain and make practical use of the physical and chemical transformations of ingredients that occur while cooking, as well as the social, …

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Is A/S/T Institutional Longevity a Goal ?

Colleagues Here is an example where a university decided to cancel a very successful and productive program in art/science/technology !!! sometimes institutional politics is very complicated ! At the same time it raises the issue of whether a criterion of success is longevity of the organisation. The Bauhaus was very short lived, MIT Center For …

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Call for SEAD White Paper proposals to fill the gaps

Colleagues   We have accepted some 60 abstracts for SEAD white papers so far http://seadnetwork.wordpress.com/white-paper-abstracts/abstracts/ Saulo Barretto has just submitted this one from Brazil. It is interesting to see how the discourse around ‘art,science.technology’ emphasises different arguments in different countries We are still accepting late proposals for White Papers until the end of the month- …

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Last Call for SEAD White Paper Proposals

Want to express an opinion on how to enable collaboration  between science/engineering and arts/design/humanities ?? Deadline August 15 submit a video !   http://seadnetwork.wordpress.com/white-paper-abstracts/abstracts/ Here are some of the position papers that are being developed: A NEW ECOLOGY OF LEARNING: ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AS PEDAGOGICAL MODELS Coordinator: Pavel Cenkl SCIENCE-ART INTERACTIONS IN ASIA WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE …

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