Contemporary and networked responses to geophysical, socio-political and cultural shifts in European landscape
29. September - 5. October 2016
Open Fields brings together international scholars and artists, working at the intersection of arts, humanities and science.
As part of the RIXC Art Science Festival
20. June 2016
Open Fields is the title of this year's international conference taking place in the framework of the annual RIXC Art Science festival in Riga. It brings together international scholars and artists, working at the intersection of arts, humanities and science. Open Fields will focus on artistic research, the changing role of arts, its transformative potential, and relation to the sciences.
International Science-Art Symposium
2. - 6. November 2015
In the framework of annual iWeek Art as Research Conference, Soil Future discusses artistic research strategies, methodologies and practices with regards to social, cultural and environmental sustainability. The symposium is followed by a 4-day workshop on Soil Present(s), Past(s) and Future(s) exploring issues of soil and land, sustainable gardening and cultural heritage as resource.
Soil and the future of food
27. September 2015
Soil – this earth's thin skin which represents a main resource for ensuring future food, yet about which we know much less then about oil – will be used as a perspective to discuss and explore the changing landscape of Europe.