16/11/2017 – 27/01/2018: Art and Science: Example of Symbiotic Relationship
How do art and science fit together? From November 16th, 2017 to January 27th, 2018 (extended), the exhibition “Art and Science: Examples of Symbiotic Relationships” will feature ten artists and scientists showing how the symbiotic relationships in their respective artistic work, their research and their lives are represented, because artistic creation is not always differentiated from the ideas and inventiveness of the scientist. On the other hand, the creative process is also based on analytical thinking and theorizing – as well as in research. All those involved in the exhibition have a connection to Düsseldorf: the Heinrich Heine University, the Art Academy, the city.
Prof. Karl Otto Götz | Prof. Rissa | Meral Alma | Prof. Dr. Alexander Becker | Prof. Dr. Volker Beeh | Hugo Boguslawski | Prof. Dr. Irene Daum| Moritz Niehues | Prof. Dr. Markus Schrenk | Prof. Dr. Peter Tepe
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