“Imperial Valley” investigates the dissection between a world interfered with and designed by humans over the natural order. In his immersive video work and installation, Lukas Marxt depicts California’s most important region of industrial agriculture located in the Sonora Desert.
Created in collaboration with the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN), "Dragon's Egg" is equipped with scintillators capable of detecting the passage of otherwise invisible subatomic particles, such as muons, in the sculpture and signaling them with a light pulse.
Made as a series of virtual experiments, Quantum Fluctuations shows the complexity and transient nature of the most fundamental aspect of reality, the quantum world, which is impossible to observe directly.
Jungks work "unborn 1-6" reads as a commentary on the Zen idea of the unborn and the physical qualities of quantum fields. The works symbolise the quantum space in which things seem similar but never the same.
Following in the footsteps of these discoveries, Olaf Schirm's work "Quantom" focuses on the observer and his significance for the construction of reality. The kinetic light installation "Quantom" works with quantized wave packets that form collapsing light phenomena on a canvas.
Was: Gesprächsrunde Wann: 24 September, ab 18:30 Uhr Wo: STATE Studio, Hauptstraße 3, 10827 Berlin
In welcher Landschaft wollen wir leben? Würdest du neue Pflanzen essen? Innerhalb einer Gesprächsrunde werfen wir gemeinsam mit WissenschaftlerInnen und Interessierten einen Blick auf unsere Beziehung zu Kulturpflanzen und Landschaft.
What: Discussion & Presentation When: 25 September, 2019 Where: STATE Studio, Hauptstraße 3, 10827 Berlin
Four years after the UN 2030 Agenda was adopted, it is increasingly inspiring many initiatives around the globe. Still, the clock is ticking and we must get to work towards the Agenda’s goals. Joining a global community to celebrate the Goals’ anniversary – #Act4SDGs, the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt and STATE Studio invite you to reflect on our role in shaping a more sustainable world in an open conversation inspired by art and innovative business models contributing to this systemic change.
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