[Public event] Exploring Quantum Through Art and Design - Florian Carle

Event time: 
Thursday, February 8, 2024 - 9:00am to 10:30am
Yale Community
General Public
Berlin University of Arts (online) See map
Event description: 

The Entangled Marriage of Art and Quantum Physics

How do you use art as a hook to make quantum physics accessible to all? Or is it the opposite? How do you use quantum physics to elevate art into something even more exciting? Learn more about the entanglement of Art and Quantum Physics and the other interdisciplinary initiatives that stemmed from the Yale Quantum Institute Artist-in-Residence program for some inspiration to create your own quantum inspired artwork. The first half of the colloquium would be focused on teaching students and attendees some key concepts of quantum physics, presenting previous work and discussing science outreach activities, before breaking in small groups to develop the first draft of your own quantum artwork, guided by Dr Florian Carle who produces quantum artworks since 2017.

‘Exploring Quantum Through Art and Design’ is a virtual colloquium organized by Berlin University of Arts in collaboration with Studio Quantum. It will take place online between October 2023 and February 2024, every Thursday and will be open to students and the wider public. The sessions will be held in English.

Full list of speakers available here.

The participation in the virtual colloquium is free and doesn’t require registration. All sessions can be accessed via the Zoom-Link.