Collaborator's News

The Nuclear Culture Source Book, edited by Ele Carpenter, will be available from September 2016. It presents a wide-ranging collection of material from artists and writers working within the scope of nuclear culture internationally, including Lise Autogena, Thomson & Craighead, Crowe & Rawlinson, Chim↑Pom, Franco & Eva Mattes, Trevor Paglen, Noi Sawaragi, Suzanne Treister, Kota Takeuchi and Katsuhiro Miyamoto.
The Meta.Morf 2016 lineup includeds previous Arts Catalyst artists, writers and scientists: Rachel Armstrong, Agnes Meyer Brandis, Thomson & Craighead and Tomás Saraceno. The Biennale in Norway opens from 10 March to 8 May 2016 and will take a closer look at man as interstellar traveller. 
Semiconductor – artists Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt, were the 2015 recipients of the Collide@CERN Ars Electronica Award. They completed a two-month residency during the Autumn at CERN, on the outskirts of Geneva, presenting at the Centre d'Art Contemporein Genève in November. The residency at CERN brings together world-class artists and scientists in a free exchange of ideas, exploring elements even more elusive than the Higgs boson: human ingenuity, creativity and imagination.  
Solomon R Guggenheim Foundation has announced the shortlist for the $100,000 biennial prize, with Cuban artist and activist Tania Bruguera among the six finalists. In January 2016, Arte Util, a project initiated by Tania, will form the basis of Arts Catalyst's multi-facited protect Notes from the Field: Commoning Practices in Art and Science. 
Dr Kevin Fong, will headline the 2015 Christmas lectures at the Royal Institution. Kevin's special interest in space medicine and extreme environments, particularly the medical and physiological challenges of long duration human space missions, will form the basis of the event. The annual event has been running since 1825. 
Agnes Meyer-BrandisMoon Goose Analogue: Lunar Migration Bird Facilty, commissioned by The Arts Catalyst for Republic of the Moon, with control room installation will be on display in Bonn at Bundeskunsthalle exhibition 'Outer Space'The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Museumsmeile Bonn, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4, 53113 Bonnuntil 22 February 2015
Hagen Betzwieser's new sculpture is now on show.  It is a memorial for Philipp Matthäus Hahn (1739–1790) designer and engineer of highly sophisticated astronomical instruments like mechanical orrery (planetarium), sundials, hydrostatic precision scales and one of the earliest mechanical calculators. His design for a “Weltmaschine”, a kind of a mechanical planetarium that simulates the night sky, inspired Hagen's sculpture in Kornwestheim.

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