Si hay un espacio de Barcelona propicio para el intercambio entre la ciencia y el arte ese es el recinto histórico de Sant Pau.
The Quo Artis Foundation in collaboration with the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) and the Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site present the first exhibition in Spain by artist Ayse Gül Süter, which investigates the differences between healthy and diseased tissues through a site-specific installation in the old operating room of Hospital Sant Pau.Read More
Antony Bourdain. Parts Unknown
A tent made of frozen cotton. A submarine built for a fish. Three pearly orbs, representing moons, floating in the sea below speedboats. A naked man planted headfirst in the snow with his legs pointing upward into the sky. A giant iceberg illuminated with a message: “Please Don’t Feed the Utopians.” […]
Quo Artis Foundation is the producer of the 1º Antarctic Biennale, a supranational and intercultural art project that brought together leading artists from around the world to explore the future of Antarctica and deep oceans through artistic means. The art expedition started in Ushuaia, the southernmost city of our planet, on March 17 2017.Read More
The artistic and scientific project, The Zero-Gravity Band aims to reflect and theorize on how artistic production and aesthetic perception are influenced by the gravitational forces of the planet Earth; research and design materials for the realization of plastic and musical creations in situations of zero gravity and also a series of intelligent “space” suits, to be used in this kind of conditions; finally, produce an artistic-immersive creation with the results of the investigation.Read More
Within the framework of the Quantum World Association (QWA), Quo Artis has created the Quantum Art Lab, an artistic-scientific laboratory, made up of artists, technologists and scientists interested in establishing bridges between mechanics, quantum computing and art, and whose objective is the creation of an artistic piece.Read More