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Critical Thinking: Science and Art
Course Description:

In this session we explore the long history of the collaborations between artists and scientists, and evaluate some of the different and conflicting forms these collaborations take. We try to use that history as a critical framework to think about the value we currently attribute to projects that cut across art and science, and reflect on the implications of the widespread assumption that any collaboration between art and science will inevitably lead to interdisciplinary (and inherently desirable) results.

Content: ? The history of collaboration between artists and scientists ? Evaluation of collaboration between artists and scientists ? Reflection on how we value art-science collaboration


Objectives:

Learning Objectives ? To understand the history of collaboration between artists and scientists ? Be able to evaluate collaboration between artists and scientists ? To have reflected on how we value art-science collaboration

Intended Audience:
Target Audience: UCL Research Staff and PG Research students only
23/01/2023 - 23/01/2023  (Enrol between 04/12/2022 and 13/01/2023) Enrol

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