In the context of the installation and exhibition titled Heliophone, STUK together with Dienst Cultuur KU Leuven and Overtoon, platform for sound art, organize a symposium focusing on art and science, on October 1, 2015. Three presentations will be followed by a moderated debate with Q&A, and a drink in the exhibition space.
In his presentation, Aernoudt Jacobs will provide an insight into the research that led to Heliophone, an installation which turns sunlight into sound without electronic amplification. Heliophone is the final instalment of a collaborative research with the Laboratory for Acoustics, KU Leuven , supported by an IWT CICI-grant.
Christ Glorieux, Head of the KU Leuven LRD division Acoustics and Thermal Physics explains how he, and his team, have experienced the collaboration, and which insights have surfaced through the collaborative research.
Alexandra Supper, researcher at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University completes the presentations. She’ll elaborate on the history of the relation between art and science, specifically in the field of sonification.
During the moderated debate, the speakers are joined by Katlijn Malfliet, vicerector van Cultuur-, Diversiteits- en Duurzaamheidsbeleid KU Leuven, and Pascal Cools, Flanders DC.symposium @ STUKAuditorium, Naamsestraat, 96Leuven in BelgiumThursday, 1 October 2015 20:001 October 2015 - 1 October 2015