Art and Science Corner

Conceptual or Performance Art

We invite participants to present conceptual and performance art in the form of a video file.  Each participant may submit no more than one entry.   Videos must be uploaded to YouTube, and the URL provided in the form below. 

Contestants: We have found that videos uploaded to Vimeo do not display correctly. Please use YouTube.

Viewers: If a submitted video does not play, please try a different browser.  

Contestants, we ask that you provide a title for your entry, and a description to explain your submission.  Please credit the work appropriately, for example recognizing the source of the depicted concept, acknowledging a choreographer, or listing the performers.  

Viewers may vote (“like”) for their favorites in each category.  The author/performer of the entries receiving the most votes will receive a certificate and a discount voucher to Melia hotels in Palma for the face-to-face Aquatic Sciences Meeting to be held in 2023.

The deadline for submission is on the 16th June at 23:59 UTC.  The deadline to vote for your favorites is on the   25th of June at 23:59 UTC.

Please direct inquiries to lgomez-pujol@uib.cat or ealou@socib.es.

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Total votes for the Contest "Conceptual and Performance Art" : 6

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Computer game b..

Category : Conceptual and Performance Art ..

Short presentation of the prototype of the computer game bioDIVERsity. The games was designed during the course “Interactive Visualisation and Simulation in Biology an Life Science” at the University of Würzburg. Contributors: Julian Gröh, David Schantz, Anne Lewerentz, Andreas Knote (Supervision), Juliano Sarmento Cabral (Supervision), Christoph Mang (Music)

Author : Anne Lewerentz

Planktòs Pharm..

Category : Conceptual and Performance Art ..

Planktòs Pharmakon is an installation which presents a marine universe entangled with mythological resonance.
The piece is an exploration focused on an autonomous bioreactor of green microalgae nourished by the light of a video projector. Serving as a substitute for the sun, the video projector allows the phytoplankton to photosynthesize.

Author : Fabrice Lizon

 

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