Project PRIST : 2018-2019

The Labex CaPPA is collaborating with the Art school "Ecole Supérieure d’Art du Nord-Pas de Calais Tourcoing/Dunkerque (ESÄ)" in the framework of the reasearch programme "Images, Sciences & Technologies" (PRIST).

2018-2019 year theme is " Art-mosphère - Scientific and artistic approaches to climate change seen through the atmosphere, electricity, pollen, pollution …"

Art students of the programme (étudiants de l’Esä en années 3 – 4 – 5  et étudiants du Master Arts de l’Université de Lille) are meeting scientists of the laboratories of the Labex, artists karine Bonneval and Hehe, philosopher of the environment (E. Coccia), etc.

These discussions between art students and scientists will lead to an exhibition and the publication of an exhibition catalogue.

Conferences and lab visits :

  • 16th Oct. 2018 - conference at the Art School in Dunkerque : H. Delbarre, LPCA
    • « L’atmosphère, un air d’invisibilité » Hervé Delbarre, LPCA
  • 23rd Oct. 2018 : Workshop "Pollens and pollutants" at the Learning Center in Dunkerque. Marie Choël (LASIR), Nicolas Visez (PC2A) and O. Schefer, Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne, institut ACTE
    • "La pollution atmosphérique : belle et mortelle." Marie Choël, LASIR
    • "Le pollen est il un polluant ? " Nicolas Visez, PC2A
      see poster announcement
  • 8th Nov. 2018 : Art students and teachers visited the LOA : P. Dubuisson, J. Riédi, M. Catalfamo, Luc Blarel
    They also discovered some measurement instruments from PC2A and LASIR laboratories with M. Choël et N. Visez
    download the visit description (in french)
    visit of the LOA documented by the art students (in french)
  • 20th Nov. 2018 : Art students and their teachers visited the LPCA and the plateform IRENE: H. Delbarre
    • "L'atmosphère, un air d'invisibilité" Hervé Delbarre, LPCA
  • 20th Dec 2018, conference at l'ESÄ-Tourcoing : J. Riédi, ICARE

 

- more information on the programme on their website
- download previous exhibition catalogues
2016-2017 CELLS FICTION  ;  
2017-2018 COLLISIONS
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