HER WAYS AND MEANS – FEMALE PROTAGONISTS IN THE ARTS AND SCIENCE CONTEXTS
HER Ways and Means – Female Protagonists in the Arts and Science Contexts presents major female artists in conversation with writers, curators and scientists. All of them are known to be extra-ordinary creative workers and have at some stage in their career moved into the crossover-zone between the arts and science, both, independently and in collaborative projects with individual scientists or institutions. Their stunning artistic results and practice have been widely acclaimed by the art world and scientific community alike.
Being driven by questions such as “what is real?”, “how do structures and forces empower thought?”, “what is it that changes the perception of our world?” our guests` work addresses the wealth of topics and experience inherent in any interdisciplinary approach.
Liliane Lijn, A K Dolven, Agnes Meyer Brandis, Patricia Coates as Lucy Palustris, Klara Hobza, Katrin von Lehman, Juliane Laitzsch, Eva Maria Schön, Amber Stucke, among many others, have raised relevant questions in aesthetics, ethics, science, politics and society. Which is why we dedicate this event series to our outstanding guests – and to our audience: ever open, ever curious and ever inspiring.