• Innovate Heritage 2019  ·  Cultural Commons and Urbam Dynamics
  • KLAS ·  Aesthetics gets Synthetic: Knowledge Link through Art & Science [KLAS]
  • Natalia Pérez-Galdós: Mikrotektonik des Kriegs


a new economic paradigm for a complex social map

International Symposium & Artistic Programme
Catanzaro Lido, Italy
11-12 October 2019

Based out of the Department of Law, Economics and Sociology at the University of Catanzaro, Italy, this two-day conference will explore and probe the important relationships and overlaps of heritage, contemporary arts and practices of sharing on the background of the present urban condition. The conference will focus on dilemmas, issues and effects of cultural commons, looking specifically at protocols, values, norms and collective actions. Particular focus will be placed on the role of creative actions and emerging forms of cooperation in preserving and engendering cultural value, while cross-breeding tradition and innovation.

Call for Artists & Young Researchers

The conference welcomes submissions from young researchers, doctoral student and artists.  Apply now or Register to attend the Conference. Deadline for submissions: July 31st, 2019

Past Innovate Heritage Conferences:
Innovate Heritage 2014 Conversations between Arts & Heritage
Innovate Heritage 2016 Art and the City: New Cultural Maps
Innovate Heritage 2018 Making Now: Contemporary Arts meets Heritage

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AESTHETICS get SYNTHETIC Knowledge Link through Art & Science (KLAS)

[artist-in-residence & science-in society programme]
, MPIMP, Potsdam, Germany ·

KLAS logo

Aesthetics get Synthetic: Knowledge Link through Art and Science (KLAS) is an artist-in-residence and science-in-society programme designed by Polyhedra for the Max Planck society. The programme fosters ArtSci exploration as well as transdisciplinary innovation and education whilst creating a link between Synthetic Biology research groups in leading institutions. In addition to awarding two Artist Residencies in 2017, KLAS presents a series of events and conversations around specific thematic topics.
KLAS evolved to a network and loci of exchanges where individual researchers engage in personal and non-trivial collaborations with artists, setting up a space for reflection that allows for exploration outside of the single discipline’s boundaries.

Natalia PérezGaldós: Mikrotektonik des Kriegs

A travelling photo exhibition by artist Natalia Pérez Galdós {web}

MPI for Human development, Berlin · Vernissage  on 27th February 2018
Foyer der Universitätsbibliothek, Wuppertal · 11th October 2018

Introductory speach by
Javier Ordoñez, Prof. of Histor of Science, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid