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Opening event: Tuesday, October 3, 6pm, William Eckhardt Research Center 

Exhibition runs from October 3 to November 30, 2017  
Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am–5pm; Sat–Sun by appointment (jmlemon@uchicago.edu)
 


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Matter / Structure / Architecture
Round Table Discussion with Tomás Saraceno
October 4, 6pm, Logan Center Performance Penthouse 

Free. RSVP encouraged.

In Conversation: Tomás Saraceno and Yasmil Raymond
October 5, 6pm, Chicago Cultural Center

Free.

Presented by the Arts, Science + Culture Initiative, in partnership with the Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, and the Goethe-Institut Chicago.


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October 12, 7pm, Logan Center Performance Penthouse 
Free.

Co-presented by the Arts, Science + Culture Initiative, UChicago Arts Council, the Logan Center for the Arts, and the Goethe-Institut Chicago. 


FullSizeRender[3]_0.jpgDan Peterman and Heinrich Jaeger in Conversation
November 9, 6pm, Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry 
A public talk about the work Slipping and Jamming between artist Dan Peterman and UChicago's Heinrich Jaeger, the William J. Friedman and Alicia Townsend Professor of Physics. Free.

 

 


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Simon Starling: Film Screening and Artist Talk
November 30, 7pm, Logan Center, Screening Room 201

Film screening and talk by Turner Prize-winning artist Simon Starling.
Free.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Past Events 

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2017

2016

  • March 15, 3:30pm | Closed Loop: 3D Printing Workshop with Keeley Haftner and Will McFadden
  • ​April 15, 4:30pm | Lecture: Stefan Helmreich on The Water Next Time: Changing Wavescapes in the Anthropocene, South and North
  • ​April 27, 4:30pm | Expose Yourself! Molecular Movement, Magnifying Identity, Syntax & Songbirds
  • ​May 4, 5pm | Arts, Science + Culture 2015–16 Graduate Collaboration Grant final presentations. 
  • May 13, 7pm | ScreeningUn lac (A Lake), and Philippe Grandrieux in conversation with Raymond Bellour
  • May 14, 2pmScreeningWhite Epilepsy with Philippe Grandrieux
  • May 14, 7pmScreeningMalgré la nuit with Philippe Grandrieux
  • November 9 | Lecture: Johannes Goebel, founding director of the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York

2015

  • January 15, 5pm | Lecture: Carolyn L. Kane on Lillian Schwartz, Experimental Color, and Digital Art at Bell Laboratories, 1965–1984
  • April 19, 7pm | Lecture: Michael Light on Gardening the Human Park: Earth in the Anthropocene
  • May 5, 5pm | Arts, Science + Culture 2014–15 Graduate Collaboration Grant final presentations
  • May 21, 2–4pm | Arts, Science + Culture Compositions: Syntax & Songbirds, a composition for electronics and oboe; poetry reading by Hannah Brooks-Motl; presentation on the documentary film Fiction Addiction
  • June 4, 6pm | Lecture by Laura Kurgan: Seeing Through Data
  • October 27, 7pm | A Conversation with Thomas Hirschhorn and Yasmil Raymond on Gramsci Monument, A Living Sculpture
  • November 12, 5pm | Lecture: Giuliana Bruno – Surface: Matters of Aesthetics, Materiality, and Media

2014

2013

2012