The Pleasure of Light: Frank J Malina and Gorgy Kepes at the intersection of science and art. | Uniwersytet Gdański - University of Gdańsk

The Pleasure of Light: Frank J Malina and Gorgy Kepes at the intersection of science and art.

Miejsce: 
Aula A ,MWB UG & GUMed, Ul. Abrahama 58, 80-307 Gdańsk
Data i czas wydarzenia: 
13.04.2019 - 14:00
Organizator: 
MWB UG & GUMed

The Pleasure of Light: Frank J Malina and Gorgy Kepes at the intersection of science and art.

Wykład otwarty

Prof. Nina Czegledy

Ontario College of Art University, Toronto

 

Zapraszamy na wykład i dyskusję z pogranicza nauki i sztuki, które na Międzyuczelnianym Wydziale Biotechnologii UG & GUMed poprowadzi prof. Nina Czegledy z Uniwersytetu w Ontario.

 

Nina Czegledy, artist, curator, educator, works internationally on collaborative art, science & technology projects. The changing perception of the human body and its environment as well as paradigm shifts in the arts inform her projects.  She has exhibited and published widely, won awards for her artwork and has initiated, lead and participated in workshops, forums and festivals worldwide at international events.

 

The Pleasure of Light

 

György Kepes of Hungarian background and Frank J Malina of Czech parentage contributed greatly to the global interdisciplinary culture and had a decisive impact on twentieth century art, modifying its intellectual property and orientation. The joint exhibition of their works at the Ludwig Museum Budapest offers an outstanding opportunity for the viewer to gain insight into a segment of the last century's art history, which had a crucial influence on the current strategies of contemporary art.

Kepes and Malina's vision is best characterized by a distinct combination of aspiration and creativity expressed through experimentation and radical innovation. Guided by a prophetic insight they initiated and led environmental projects far in advance of today's global anxiety, They frequently collaborated with socially committed professional aiming for an international culture of peaceful cooperation. Among the influences shown in the exhibition the Hungarian born Laszlo Moholy Nagy and Nicholas Schafer are outstanding.

Informacje o autorce i projekcie ze strony: http://www.ninaczegledy.net/

Wykład zorganizowany we współpracy MWB UG & GUMed z Centrum Sztuki Współczesnej ŁAŹNIA w Gdańsku, odbędzie się w ramach realizowanego na MWB UG & GUMed projektu STARBIOS2 (Horyzont 2020).