Quo Artis and RAED organize the round table “Galapagos Art & Science Journey” to reflect on the relationships between art and science, the climate emergency and the transformative power of artists and scientists working together.
In the frame of Maker Art – the artist Joaquín Fargas, will be presenting Glaciator a robot that helps to compact and crystallize the snow, delaying its thaw.
Quo Artis is invited to take part at Manifestations Festival, Eindhoven. 19-27 October 2019.
As part of Festa de la Ciència 2019 Quo Artis organizes the debate “Reflections on Art and Science through a Woman’s Perspective”.
This panel aims to add a new perspective on the responsibilities that artist might have towards the environment that hosts the human species.
As part of Click Festival 2019, artist Maja Smrekar will present her first Artist Talk about the project !BRUTE_FORCE – produced by Quo Artis (ES) and co-produced by Kapelica Gallery (SI) and The Culture Yard (DK).
After too long a silence, art is finally tackling global warming. Here are the big players – including the artist who’s lighting up Alaska.
Committed to the environment, Quo Artis allocates its resources to the Whater? project, whose name comes from the question of What Water is around us? The artistic-scientific project Whater? Aims to investigate, disseminate and raise awareness about the negative effects of plastic on the environment to the widest possible public. The artistic-scientific project Whater? Aims to investigate, disseminate and raise awareness about the negative effects of plastic on the environment to the widest possible public.
On Friday 16th of November at 19:00 FCDHBCN organizes a round table at Sant Pau Hospital, Barcelona a debate on the problems that the world faces today and the alternatives that we can provide, within the framework of the General Theory of systems. Both individually, as in public administrations, the private sector, art and communication, based on proposal of Joanna Macy.
The talk “Art, science and technology: the future of artistic production and the aesthetic perception outside of the planet Earth” will be presented by Albert Barqué-Duran (artist and researcher of the City, University of London) and Marc Marzenit (musician, composer and music producer).
In the framework of STEAMConf Barcelona 2018. Quo Artis Foundation joins this initiative to encourage and support women through the example of Ada Lovelace´s life story (London, 1815-1852), the first woman programmer in history.
Workshop with Maja Smrekar for artists and other curious hybrids on reproduction and inter_specie companion. In this workshop we will follow the reproductive process of sea urchins in relation to the work of the artist and the distinction between fertilization, in vitro fertilization and cloning.