Project leader: Samuel Bianchini
Scientific results are difficult to share, as they are inherently complex. Consequently, how can we enable the greatest number of people to grasp social issues raised by academic research, in a context of great environmental, humanitarian, economic and technological challenges?
This project proposes to experiment new publishing modes for scientific research: how can we make research "public", without excluding the ethical and social challenges related? We want to try a publishing mode based on the aesthetic experience. In an interdisciplinary prospect, we propose to share research without any textual or verbal utterance, through artistic installations that reinterpret three existing forms of mediation: "demo", "session posters", "workshop". Both artworks and publications, these forms will be invented, studied and created by researchers in arts, design and social sciences.
Audience Works, Samuel Bianchini, 2013
Created and published in 2013 by mfc-michèle didier
Supported by the ANR and the MESHS-CNR as part of the PRATICABLES program, and the Fondation nationale des arts graphiques et plastiques.
Exhibition at the gallery mfc-michèle didier, Paris, January-March 2013