Residencies

RESIDENCY 3

Donald Hugh de Barros Kerr Jr. (Goy)
Cecília Oliveira Boanova
Tereza Cristina Barbosa Duarte
(12 – 22 Nov de 2017)

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Donald Hugh de Barros Kerr Jr. (Goy): Doutor em Educação pelo Programa de Pós-graduação da UNISINOS, São Leopoldo (2012). Possui graduação em Licenciatura em Educação Artística pela Universidade Federal de Pelotas (1989) e mestrado em Educação pela Universidade Federal de Pelotas (2000). Professor do Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnológica Sul-rio-grandense, (IFSul/ campus Pelotas). Tem experiência na área de Educação, com ênfase em Ensino de Arte e Filosofia da Diferença.

Cecília Oliveira Boanova: Doutoranda em Educação pela Universidade Federal de Pelotas, no Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação, Mestre pelo mesmo Programa na Linha de Pesquisa: Cultura, Escrita, Linguagens e Aprendizagem, graduada em Licenciatura em Artes Habilitação em Desenho e Computação Gráfica, Especialista em Gráfica Digital, todas as titulações são oriundas da Universidade Federal de Pelotas. Professora dos Cursos: Técnicos em Design, Bacharelado em Design e na Pós-Graduação Lato Sensu em Educação na Linha: Ensino e formação de professores, no Instituto Federal Sul-Rio-Grandense (IFSul) da cidade de Pelotas- RS (Brasil).

Tereza Cristina Barbosa Duarte: Mestre em Design, Educação e Inovação pelo Centro Universitário Ritter dos Reis (Uniritter) – Porto Alegre – RS. Possui Licenciatura em Artes Visuais com habilitação em Desenho e Computação Gráfica e Especialização em Gráfica Digital pela Universidade Federal de Pelotas (UFPel). Atualmente é professora de Artes Visuais, do Instituto Federal Sul Rio-grandense (IFSUL) /Campus Pelotas, atuando nos cursos Técnicos integrados, Edificações Proeja e nos cursos de Pós-graduação Lato Sensu em Educação e de Linguagens Verbo-Visuais e suas Tecnologias.

RESIDENCY 2

CLAUDE IMBERT
(14 – 20 Março de 2016)

Professor Claude Imbert is a known contemporary French philosopher and logician, Emeritus Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Ecole Normale Super Paris, has served as the dean of the Department of Philosophy, where she taught and presided over the courses of History of Philosophy, Logic and History of Logic, Aesthetics and Art Theory, Anthropology, Cognitive Science, etc. She has won a lot of awards, such as the French Academy of Moral and Political Sciences Academic Award, Knight Medal of the French Academy of Science, etc. respective publications including “Phenomenology and Formal Languages”, “As a Logical Defense: Plato’s Heritage”, “Merleau Ponty”, “Levi Strauss”, and so on.

16 Mar
Le galiléisme philosophique considéré recto / verso : Le rapport art – science à l’âge classique et ses conséquences
Conference | 16h-19h | FCUL | Anfiteatro Fundação | Edif. C1 Piso 3.

17 Mar
Examen de quelques diagrammes pris de divers textes philosophiques, d’exemples mathématiques et de la peinture
Seminar | 15h-17h | FCUL | Room 6.2.52.

Free entry (If you want to participate send us an email to: scienceartphilosophylab@gmail.com)

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RESIDENCY 1

INGEBORG REICHLE
(29 Nov – 6 Dez de 2015)

Ingeborg Reichle (PhD, lecturer at the Institute of Cultural History and Theory, Humboldt University, Berlin) estudied Art History, Archaeology, Sociology and Philosophy in Freiburg, Hamburg and London. She is the author of Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art, published by Springer in 2009, where she examines some responses of contemporary artists when faced with recent scientific and technological advances. One of the main topics of her present research is image production in art and science. Ingeborg Reichle believes that we must move beyond the often postulated dichotomy of the objective sciences and the subjective arts; the overwhelming abundance of contemporary art production establishes its role today as a legitimate form of knowledge production in its own right. The engagement of art with science ranges from the artist’s iconological handling of scientific imaging to research projects executed as artistic endeavors by artists working in the laboratory. Art today not only serves to comment on science, it also represents its own form of research and knowledge production – though one belonging to a radically different epistemological tradition.

In her residency in the Science-Art-Philosophy Lab (CFCUL), Ingeborg Reichle will discuss her research on this topics. We welcome you to join us in the discussion!

30 Nov
Meeting with the SAP Lab Team
11h-13h | FCUL | Room 6.1.27

Reading Seminar
15h-17h | FCUL | Room 6.1.27

1 Dez
Art after Darwin: Darwinian Aesthetics in French and German Art after 1859 (Abstract)
Permanent Seminary of Philosophy of Science
11h | FCUL | Room 3.1.06

2 Dez
Re – designing Life: Current debates on enhancing human evolution (in art and science) (Abstract)
Course of the Doctoral Program in Philosophy of Science, Technology, Art and Society
14h – 17h | FCUL | Room 3.1.07

4 Dez
Mind the gap. Public Talks (I):
What does it mean when we talk about “Science and Art”?
14h – 17h | FCUL | Room 6.1.27

Free entry (If you want to participate send us an email to: scienceartphilosophylab@gmail.com)

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