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Fröschl, Martina Sen.Sc. Dr.techn.

title
Fluid Systems - LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous)
type
speech
keywords
Digital humanities, Transdisciplinary Art
texts
description
Fluid Systems explores the myriad of relationships between flows on the micro and macro level. David Prince introduces to the art of making Kombucha and Kombucha caviar. Rita Blaik reveals how dissolved particles in water scatter light in unique colors and patterns, through a phenomenon known as the Tyndall effect. Capillaries of zebrafish in Oliva Osborne’s research on nanotoxicology connect with the flow of blood in our bodies, videos by Mick Lorusso of rivers and estuaries, and the melting of their collaborative ice sculptures in the gallery. Dan Wilkinson shares jostling non-Newtonian fluids with us, and Amisha Gadani shows us her experiments with the flow of fabrics and objects through water. A collective Water Canning stand, made by the Art|Sci Collective (including Mick Lorusso, Dawn Faelnar, Victoria Vesna and Judy Kim), allows participants to take a can of water home and participate in this flow of water on many levels, from the nano to the global.
Lecturers
Martina Fröschl
title of event
LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous)
organisers/management
ArtSci Center UCLA
date, time and location
date
2016-11-17 – 2016-11-17
location
Los Angeles (USA)
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