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Workshop with placeARTS
Workshop with placeARTS
In May 2017, (Art)ScienceBLR with Tasneem Khan of Earth CoLab conducted a 2-day workshop with the placeARTS collective which is led by Arzu Mistry. The [...]
(Art)ScienceBLR Open House
(Art)ScienceBLR Open House
This years Open house at (Art)ScienceBLR which was held on the 8th of April, 2017 and was open to the public from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. We conducted series of [...]
DNA Copy Machine
DNA Copy Machine
On the 8th of April 2017, Our scientist in residence Sachiko Hirosue conducted the DNA Copy Machine – Do-it-yourself Polymerase Chain Reaction [...]
100 robotmusician workshop
100 robotmusician workshop
(Art)ScienceBLR was invited by Campus Diaries to host and organise a workshop for their 25 under 25 grand summit event. There were around 120 people [...]
Programming as Performance Workshop – Shun Owada
Programming as Performance Workshop – Shun Owada
Tokyo based sound artist, Shun Owada conducted a Supercollider workshop at Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology.  The workshop was based on [...]
Biodesign Winter school Summary
Biodesign Winter school Summary
ArtScienceBLR was one of the participants at the Biodesign.cc winter school held on 1-6 February 2016 in Lausanne, CH. Find out more about biodesign here: [...]
Ron Schneider – Resident at (Art)ScienceBLR
Ron Schneider – Resident at (Art)ScienceBLR
Ron Schneider is a self taught artist exploring the correlation between sound and technology. Based in Berlin, he works as a music producer, [...]
Niki Neecke – resident @ (Art)ScienceBLR
Niki Neecke – resident @ (Art)ScienceBLR
Niki Neecke works as a freelancer in Sound design, Composing and Production of music for Silent Movies, Video installations, Fashion shows, Lectures and [...]
Center for Genomic Gastronomy – Resident at (Art)ScienceBLR
Center for Genomic Gastronomy – Resident at (Art)ScienceBLR
  The Center for Genomic Gastronomy Is an artist-led think tank that examines the biotechnologies and biodiversity of human food systems. It was [...]