1. ART AND SCIENCE - A POSSIBLE COLLABORATION?
    a seminar by B-Open
    This episode: Roar Sletteland Looking at what? The matter of facts
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    about the seminar:
    Scientific work and methods, stemming from both social and natural sciences, are on different levels relevant for artists. Scientific knowledge is a part of the research process of many artists, and scientific
    methods and processes are reworked and commented by artists. But what is it like the other way around? Is art relevant for scientific works and development? Can art contribute to the overall aim of building knowledge about our natural surroundings, human nature and societies?
    With this somewhat ambitious undertone, B-open welcomes to a seminar where scientists and artist are invited to express their view on the contributions of art in their research and academic practice:
    James J. Griffith (Brasil/USA), Edvin Østergaard (Norway), Roar Sletteland (Norway), Esther Leslie (UK). Artist Toril Johannessen will lead a talk with the lecturers at the end of the seminar.
    The seminar will be held in English and take place on the second floor of Lydgalleriet. The seminar theme is relevant for the exhibition, opening at Lydgalleriet on Thursday 5th December, featuring Signe Lidén and Cecilia Jonsson. A short introduction to the exhibition will be made by the artists during the seminar.
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    B-open is an organisation which initiates and coordinates the bi-annual event of open artist studios in Bergen and Hordaland, and annually organises a seminar, thus creating a forum for a diverse discussion on contemporary art. B-open organises monthly Study Circles in collaboration with artists in Bergen.
    B-open wants to take part in the debate and reflection surrounding the artist as contributor to society at large, and aim to organise challenging, interesting and memorable events for both art professionals and the general public.
    B-open was initiated and is run jointly by the two artist unions Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland (BKFH) and Norske Kunsthåndverkere Vest-Norge (NKVN), in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre (HKS)

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  2. ART AND SCIENCE - A POSSIBLE COLLABORATION?
    a seminar by B-Open
    This episode: Edvin Østergaard: The Two Moons: Art, Science and Scientific Inquiry
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    about the seminar:
    Sceientific work and methods, stemming from both social and natural sciences, are on different levels relevant for artists. Scientific knowledge is a part of the research process of many artists, and scientific
    methods and processes are reworked and commented by artists. But what is it like the other way around? Is art relevant for scientific works and development? Can art contribute to the overall aim of building knowledge about our natural surroundings, human nature and societies?
    With this somewhat ambitious undertone, B-open welcomes to a seminar where scientists and artist are invited to express their view on the contributions of art in their research and academic practice:
    James J. Griffith (Brasil/USA), Edvin Østergaard (Norway), Roar Sletteland (Norway), Esther Leslie (UK). Artist Toril Johannessen will lead a talk with the lecturers at the end of the seminar.
    The seminar will be held in English and take place on the second floor of Lydgalleriet. The seminar theme is relevant for the exhibition, opening at Lydgalleriet on Thursday 5th December, featuring Signe Lidén and Cecilia Jonsson. A short introduction to the exhibition will be made by the artists during the seminar.
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    B-open is an organisation which initiates and coordinates the bi-annual event of open artist studios in Bergen and Hordaland, and annually organises a seminar, thus creating a forum for a diverse discussion on contemporary art. B-open organises monthly Study Circles in collaboration with artists in Bergen.
    B-open wants to take part in the debate and reflection surrounding the artist as contributor to society at large, and aim to organise challenging, interesting and memorable events for both art professionals and the general public.
    B-open was initiated and is run jointly by the two artist unions Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland (BKFH) and Norske Kunsthåndverkere Vest-Norge (NKVN), in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre (HKS).

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  3. ART AND SCIENCE - A POSSIBLE COLLABORATION?
    a seminar by B-Open

    This episode: James J. Griffith: The Relevance of Narrative Art for Ecological Restoration of Mining Lands in Brazil

    http://www.b-open.no

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    about the seminar:

    Sceientific work and methods, stemming from both social and natural sciences, are on different levels relevant for artists. Scientific knowledge is a part of the research process of many artists, and scientific
    methods and processes are reworked and commented by artists. But what is it like the other way around? Is art relevant for scientific works and development? Can art contribute to the overall aim of building knowledge about our natural surroundings, human nature and societies?

    With this somewhat ambitious undertone, B-open welcomes to a seminar where scientists and artist are invited to express their view on the contributions of art in their research and academic practice:
    James J. Griffith (Brasil/USA), Edvin Østergaard (Norway), Roar Sletteland (Norway), Esther Leslie (UK). Artist Toril Johannessen will lead a talk with the lecturers at the end of the seminar.

    The seminar will be held in English and take place on the second floor of Lydgalleriet. The seminar theme is relevant for the exhibition, opening at Lydgalleriet on Thursday 5th December, featuring Signe Lidén and Cecilia Jonsson. A short introduction to the exhibition will be made by the artists during the seminar.

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    B-open is an organisation which initiates and coordinates the bi-annual event of open artist studios in Bergen and Hordaland, and annually organises a seminar, thus creating a forum for a diverse discussion on contemporary art. B-open organises monthly Study Circles in collaboration with artists in Bergen.

    B-open wants to take part in the debate and reflection surrounding the artist as contributor to society at large, and aim to organise challenging, interesting and memorable events for both art professionals and the general public.

    B-open was initiated and is run jointly by the two artist unions Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland (BKFH) and Norske Kunsthåndverkere Vest-Norge (NKVN), in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre (HKS).

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  4. ART AND SCIENCE - A POSSIBLE COLLABORATION?
    a seminar by B-Open
    This episode: Esther Leslie Extraction and the Colours of History
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    about the seminar:
    Scientific work and methods, stemming from both social and natural sciences, are on different levels relevant for artists. Scientific knowledge is a part of the research process of many artists, and scientific
    methods and processes are reworked and commented by artists. But what is it like the other way around? Is art relevant for scientific works and development? Can art contribute to the overall aim of building knowledge about our natural surroundings, human nature and societies?
    With this somewhat ambitious undertone, B-open welcomes to a seminar where scientists and artist are invited to express their view on the contributions of art in their research and academic practice:
    James J. Griffith (Brasil/USA), Edvin Østergaard (Norway), Roar Sletteland (Norway), Esther Leslie (UK). Artist Toril Johannessen will lead a talk with the lecturers at the end of the seminar.
    The seminar will be held in English and take place on the second floor of Lydgalleriet. The seminar theme is relevant for the exhibition, opening at Lydgalleriet on Thursday 5th December, featuring Signe Lidén and Cecilia Jonsson. A short introduction to the exhibition will be made by the artists during the seminar.
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    B-open is an organisation which initiates and coordinates the bi-annual event of open artist studios in Bergen and Hordaland, and annually organises a seminar, thus creating a forum for a diverse discussion on contemporary art. B-open organises monthly Study Circles in collaboration with artists in Bergen.
    B-open wants to take part in the debate and reflection surrounding the artist as contributor to society at large, and aim to organise challenging, interesting and memorable events for both art professionals and the general public.
    B-open was initiated and is run jointly by the two artist unions Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland (BKFH) and Norske Kunsthåndverkere Vest-Norge (NKVN), in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre (HKS)

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  5. ART AND SCIENCE - A POSSIBLE COLLABORATION?
    a seminar by B-Open
    This episode: Panel Discussion between James J. Griffith, Edvin Østergaard, Roar Sletteland, Esther Leslie and moderator Toril Johannessen.
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    about the seminar:
    Scientific work and methods, stemming from both social and natural sciences, are on different levels relevant for artists. Scientific knowledge is a part of the research process of many artists, and scientific
    methods and processes are reworked and commented by artists. But what is it like the other way around? Is art relevant for scientific works and development? Can art contribute to the overall aim of building knowledge about our natural surroundings, human nature and societies?

    With this somewhat ambitious undertone, B-open welcomes to a seminar where scientists and artist are invited to express their view on the contributions of art in their research and academic practice:
    James J. Griffith (Brasil/USA), Edvin Østergaard (Norway), Roar Sletteland (Norway), Esther Leslie (UK). Artist Toril Johannessen will lead a talk with the lecturers at the end of the seminar.

    The seminar will be held in English and take place on the second floor of Lydgalleriet. The seminar theme is relevant for the exhibition, opening at Lydgalleriet on Thursday 5th December, featuring Signe Lidén and Cecilia Jonsson. A short introduction to the exhibition will be made by the artists during the seminar.
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    B-open is an organisation which initiates and coordinates the bi-annual event of open artist studios in Bergen and Hordaland, and annually organises a seminar, thus creating a forum for a diverse discussion on contemporary art. B-open organises monthly Study Circles in collaboration with artists in Bergen.

    B-open wants to take part in the debate and reflection surrounding the artist as contributor to society at large, and aim to organise challenging, interesting and memorable events for both art professionals and the general public.
    B-open was initiated and is run jointly by the two artist unions Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland (BKFH) and Norske Kunsthåndverkere Vest-Norge (NKVN), in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre (HKS)

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B-open is an organization which - amongst other activities - organizes seminars, thus creating a forum for a diverse discussion on contemporary art. B-open wants to take part in the debate and reflection surrounding the artist as contributor to society at large, and aim to organize challenging, interesting and memorable events for both art professionals and the general public.

B-open was initiated and is run jointly by the two artist unions Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland (BKFH) and Norske Kunsthåndverkere Vest-Norge (NKVN), in collaboration with Hordaland Art Centre (HKS).

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