KISDtalk: "Experimental Joys and Philosophical Toys"

KISDtalk: Theories and Practice of Design, 25. Oktober 2016

Dr. Christian Faubel, Interdisciplinary Researcher and Artist, Academy of Media Arts, Cologne, will in this public lecture elaborate on theoretical concepts from psychology, neuroscience, and robotics and their impact on design. The talk will be held in English language.

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KISDtalk: "Experimental Joys and Philosophical Toys"

KISDtalk: Theories and Practice of Design

Wann?

  • 25. Oktober 2016
  • 17.30 Uhr bis 19.00 Uhr

Wo?

KISD – Köln International School of Design, Room 11, Ubierring 40, 50678 Cologne

Kosten

free entry

Veranstaltungsreihe

KISDtalks: Theories and Practice of Design

ReferentIn

Dr. Christian Faubel, Interdisciplinary Researcher, Artist, Academy of Media Arts, Cologne

Veranstalter

KISD – Köln International School of Design

Weitere Informationen

Christian Faubel is an in(ter)disciplinary scholar working between the 
fields of autonomous systems research, neuroscience, media art, and
 design. In his work, he is interested in what enables autonomous behavior
 and how complex autonomous behavior may result from the interaction of
 very simple units and their co- and interrelations.
Christian Faubel considers his artworks, workshops, and performances to be in the
 tradition of philosophical toys as they combine the mediation of
 scientific concepts with pleasure and amusement.
In his talk, he will, among others, present the rhythm apparatus for the overhead
 projector, an artifact that produces self-organized rhythms and that
 showcases embodiment and emergent behavior.

The KISDtalks are a public lecture series on relevant perspectives of design. They give open space for an open-minded and profound analysis of current and future issues of design, culture, society, technology, and different scientific disciplines. Topics are interdisciplinary, integrative, and provide internationality by domestic and international speakers.
The KISDtalks always take place on Tuesday at 5.30 pm. The 60-90 minutes-long presentations with “Q&A“ are a public event and free of charge. The lecture will be held in English language.


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