Studio Opening Program and Field Experiments Vernissage
Vernissage and Studio Opening Program
In the run-up to Berlin Science Week, the opening of STATE Studio marks the birth of a new, lively forum for public discourse on philosophical and ethical dimensions of the latest trends in research and innovation.
Field Experiments: Exhibition Laboratory for Science, Art, and Society
The kick-off of the exhibition series Field Experiments evokes images of a society in which humans extend their lifespan through genome editing, in which intelligent machines are no longer just tools, explores the acceptance of novel synthetic-biological prototypes, and shows the faces of researchers and creatives whose interdisciplinary work is driving change in art, technology, and science. The mixed media exhibition presents both the work of artists and researchers, including Emilia Tikka, Marco Donnarumma, Veronika Natter and the artistic research project Farming the Uncanny Valley with works of Natsai Audrey Chieza, Clemens Winkler, Paul Ferragut, Ann-Kristin Abel, Łukasz Stopczynski, Martin Luge.
27 October 2018, 19:00
Vernissage Field Experiments and STATE Studio Opening
30 October 2018, 18:00
Field Experiments: Marco Donnarumma Award Show, hosted by WiD and BMBF
1 November 2018, 17:00
Field Experiments: From Understanding to Tinkering – the Future of Genome Research
Panel Discussion, Hosted by MDC and STATE
1 – 10 November 2018, 12:00 and 19:00
Berlin Science Week – Info and Meet & Match Point
6 November 2018, 19:00
Berlin Science Week: Tailor-made kids – how biotechnology alters reproduction
supported by BMBF
27 October 2018 - 11 November 2018
Field Experiments permanent exhibition
(opening hours after November 11 to be announced)
Hauptstr. 3, 10827 Berlin
U7 Kleistpark, Exit Grunewaldstraße / Hauptstraße
STATE is a Berlin-based festival and studio for open science, art, and innovation. Since 2014, STATE connects society and science in a novel way: participative, interdisciplinary and inspiring.
The young initiative promotes interdisciplinary collaboration at the interface of art and science aiming at discussing current developments in research with the public.