Thursday 14/12/2017, 6 pm
Hybrid Lab, TU Berlin, Marchstraße 8, 10587 Berlin
That which we see with our eyes, that which draws our gaze, influences both our notion of the surrounding space as well as how we perceive our location and our position in the world. Our gaze is therefore anything but neutral; it can be channeled in one direction or another by artificial means. How do buildings and the very urban fabric convey not just space but societal ideals or even power relations? How does our view encode the exterior world for our own memory? And then what is our perspective in space? What does our gaze perceive when it comes to the vastness of the galaxy? These and other questions are the focus of our 28th Hybrid Talks.
Following speakers will address the topic (lectures in German language):
- “Seen through the iron curtain. East Berlin architects in the west”
Prof. Dr. Kerstin Wittmann-Englert
TU Berlin | History of Architecture
- “Extra solar planets: Worlds outside our solar system”
Prof. Dr. Heike Rauer
German Aerospace Center (DLR) | Extrasolar Planets and Atmospheres, Institute of Planetary Research
- “Overcoming the volume. Perspektive eyperiments in exhibition designs”
Prof. Dr. Matthias Noell
UdK Berlin | History of Architecture and Architectural Theory, Institute of History and Theory of Composition
- “The sun is setting - powerful astronauts”
Prof. Susanne Lorenz
UdK Berlin | Art, Institute of Arts
- “Visual-auditory interactions in musical perception”
Dr. Elke B. Lange
Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics | Eye Tracking and cognitive psychology
The Hybrid Talks are a conversation format initiated by Hybrid Plattform, a project platform of the Berlin University of the Arts and the Technische Universität Berlin. The platform serves the cross-disciplinary exchange of art, science and technology.
Here you can find the documentation of the Hybrid Talks.