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We are a member of Leonardo/ISAST
HAT Research Center has become a member of The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology
We would like to share with you great news: HAT Research Center has become a Leonardo Affiliate Member.
Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST) is a nonprofit organization that serves the global network of distinguished scholars, artists, scientists, researchers and thinkers through our programs, which focus on interdisciplinary work, creative output and innovation. From its beginnings, Leonardo has served as THE virtual community for networking, resource-sharing, disseminating best practices, supporting research and offering events in art/science/technology.
Leonardo serves as a critical content provider through our publications, which include scholarly journals and books published by The MIT Press (Leonardo, Leonardo Music Journal, Leonardo Electronic Almanac and the Leonardo Book Series), as well as ARTECA, our latest joint digital publishing project with The MIT Press.
The journal Leonardo was founded in 1968 in Paris by kinetic artist and astronautical pioneer Frank Malina. Malina saw the need for a journal that would serve as an international channel of communication among artists, with emphasis on the writings of artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. After the death of Frank Malina in 1981 and under the leadership of his son, Roger F. Malina, Leonardo moved to San Francisco, California, as the flagship journal of the newly founded nonprofit organization Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST). Leonardo/ISAST has grown along with its community and today is the leading organization for artists, scientists and others interested in the application of contemporary science and technology to the arts and music. (from Leonardo website)
more about Leonardo/ISAST here.
Science as art theory, art as scientific practice
open lecture by prof. Agnieszka Jelewska and dr. Michal Krawczak
You are invited to an open lecture “Science as art theory, art as scientific practice” by Agnieszka Jelewska and Michal Krawczak at Zacheta, National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, multimedia room (entrance from Burschego street).
9th November 2017, 18:00
Future is Now, that’s why there will be no future.
open lecture by prof. Agnieszka Jelewska
Join us for an open lecture titled Future is Now, that’s why there will be no future by HAT Research Center’s director prof. Agnieszka Jelewska. 1st June, 18.45, Sala Sniadeckich, Collegium Maius, Adam Mickieiwcz University.
OPEN CALL: technological lab: Hyperobjects
HAT Research Center, Movements Factory Foundation and the Polish Dance Theatre are announcing an open call to participate in creative technological lab lead by prof. Agnieszka Jelewska and dr. Michał Krawczak.
Applications are accepted between 15.05. and 26.06.2017
The labs will be held between 14.08. and 19.08.2017 at the Polish Dance Theatre, Kozia 4 / Poznań and at the Adam Mickiewicz University / Poznań
How do I take part in the labs?
All you need to do is to apply by emailing email@example.com. Those selected to apply will be notified by email by 1 July 2017. The labs are free as long as the participant is present at all the sessions (a 100 PLN fee is charged but is returned upon completion of the lab as long as the participant has attended all sessions).
What should I include in my application?
The application should include a covering letter, a CV, and information about the expectations of the applicant.
What is a creative lab?
Creative labs are based on process work in integrated transdisciplinary artistic activities. We envisage the labs as a space to acquire new competences, to pursue artistic explorations, to gain new skills and knowledge. This project is an attempt to open up to a new model of the functioning of culture, where shared practice is often research and/or lab work.
What are main topics of technological lab:
molecular aesthetics and sound ecology //psychobiology and biocommunication // hyperobjects theory
Art as Laboratory of New Society
You are invited to an open lecture “Art as Laboratory of New Society” by Agnieszka Jelewska and Michal Krawczak at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) and Emerson College (Boston, MA).
Harvard University (Cambridge, MA), 3:00 pm
Emerson College (Boston, MA), 4:00 pm
Open lectures will be also a presentation of the project founded by Polish National Science Center / project no. UMO-2014/13/B/HS2/00508 /
Post-Apocalypsis in Wroclaw
interactive installation / Gold Medal / PQ2015
An installation Post-Apocalypsis the winner of the Gold Medal in the National Exhibition Section at the 13th Prague Quadriennale will be presented in Grotowski Institute in Wroclaw.
Wed–Mon 16–21 September 2015
Laboratory Theatre Space
The installation will be open daily from 11am to 5pm.
Curator Agnieska Jelewska
Experience designer Michał Krawczak
Sound designer Rafał Zapała
Interaction designer Paweł Janicki
Interactive system engineer Michał Cichy
Space design Jerzy Gurawski and ARPA (Jerzy Gurawski’s architecture studio)
Executive producer Anna Galas-Kosil (Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute)
Co-ordinator Edyta Zielnik (Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute)
Gold Medal PQ2015 for Post-Apocalypsis
gold medal / PQ2015 / sound design
The Polish national exhibition Post-Apocalypsis curated by Agnieszka Jelewska has been awarded the Gold Medal of the 13th Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space festival.
The Gold Medal PQ 2015 for Sound Design went to the Polish team for its project Post-Apocalypsis, which the jury appreciated for its clever use of sound – the sensitive and interactive sound design reflects contemporary ideas relating to the relationship between man, nature and technology as part of a hybrid communications system.
Before Post-Apocalypsis’ success, works by Polish artists had been awarded gold at the Prague Quadrennial only three times. In 1967, the award was given to Andrzej Kreutz Majewski, 4 years later Jerzy Gurawski, Józef Szajna, Leokadia Serafinowicz and Zofia Wierchowicz. The last Polish representatives to be presented with the Gold Medal were Jan Berdyszak, Adam Kilian, Kazimierz Mikulski, Zofia Pietrusińska, Leokadia Serafinowicz, Zygmunt Smandzik, Zofia Stanisławska-Howrukowa and Jerzy Zitzman in 1979.
Emotional Urban Weather
Next week (14-15.11.2014) dr. Agnieszka Jelewska and dr. Michal Krawczak will lead workshop “Emotional Urban Weather” for artists and researchers in Theatre Institute in Warsaw. Project is a part of program: Shared Space: Music, Weather, Politics 2013-1016 //PQ 2015
more info about workshops: here