ESKIN is a series of media art and inclusion projects. In these projects seeing and visually impaired participants work together with choreographers and media artists towards public performances about climate change as experienced in their local communities. The projects were documented by filmmaker Marille Hahne, the media art team was directed by the Swiss-Australian media artist Jill Scott.
CHICORY UNPACKED is an art science filmproject in progress as part of a Horizon 2020 European Union program, that evaluates New Plant Technology Research centered on the health benefits of the plant “chicory”. The project is commissioned by The Art Science Node (ASN) in Berlin (www.chicproject.eu)
YOUR HEALTH – Wild Plants, Cultivated Plants or In-vitro Plants?
This LASERZURICH event constitutes an immersive presentation in a one hour pre-recorded film by six researchers in four parts. They focus on how and why the our food and medicine will change in the future and discuss wild plants, cultivated plants and in-vitro plants. This event is related to the current Art Science Node Artists in Residence Program in CHIC: a 2020 EU Horizon project. It will feature presentations by artistic and scientific researchers (three talks, a film, an AR exhibition, and a discussion). Media Artists meetup with Biochemists to discuss this pertinent issue in a one hour pre-recorded film.
Jill Scott (AU/CH) Artist-Head of Laserzurich, Katja Cankar (NL) and Ingrid van der Meer (NL)-Biochemists from the Wageningen University Research (NL), Marille Hahne-(CH/DE), Filmmaker Joanna Hoffman (PL/DE) Art and Science Node Berlin , Suvi Hakkinen (FI) VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (FI)