What is life? An encounter between Art & Science: Lecture performance

Margherita Pevere, Björn Kröger

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Abstract

What is life? presents two different perspectives, one from art and one from science: Björn Kröger, Palaeontologist and curator of the Finnish Museum of Natural History will lead us way back in time to the very beginnings of the planet earth and of life itself. In his lecture Origin(s) of life – Our search for the beginnings he will introduce us to the different theories trying to explain the origin of life.

In her participatory performance lecture Anatomy of an Interconnected System, interdisciplinary artist Margherita Pevere focuses at the human-(N)ature complex in the frame of the emergent environmental crisis and asks about our awareness for the non-human world.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHelsinki
Publication statusPublished - 5 Apr 2019
MoE publication typeF2 Public partial realisation of a work of art
EventWhat is life? : An encounter between art & science - Kiasma Theatre, Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 5 Apr 20195 Apr 2019
https://kiasma.fi/en/performances-events/luentoesitys-life-encounter-art-science-bjorn-kroger-fi-de-magherita-pevere-fi/

Keywords

  • bioart
  • life
  • performance
  • lecture

Field of art

  • Performance

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    Pevere, M. (Author), & Kröger, B. (Author). (2019). What is life? An encounter between Art & Science: Lecture performance. Performance, Helsinki: .