BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//eluceo/ical//2.0/EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:72c3f0c87530f448ba5bcec859b94f0d DTSTAMP:20240620T112420Z SUMMARY:Vernissage Arts & Science Residency DESCRIPTION:October 1st is the day! We celebrate the exhibition opening of our program\, in which the works of our artists of this year will be shown for the first time. From 4 pm on TRAFO will be open for your individual t ours\, before greetings by the Thuringian Minister of Science Wolfgang Tie fensee and the Minister of the Environment Anja Siegesmund will start the evening program including a panel discussion with the artists. The exact p rogram will be published soon on our homepage. Since space at TRAFO is unf ortunately limited\, we ask for your timely registration. Without registra tion\, we can not guarantee participation in case of overcrowding!What can you expect in the exhibition?Maxime Chabal deals with the vulnerability o f bodies and the plasticity of identity. His exhibited works are sculptura l and cinematic. He collaborated with Jakob Sprague\, Marina Pekmezović\, Cláudia Vilhena and Zoltán Cseresnyés from the Hans Knöll Institute. Maxime Chabal additionally gained insight into the work of Yvonne Friedric h and Ilona Croy from the Department of Clinical Psychology at Friedrich S chiller University in Jena.Kristina Cyan looked at the areas of tension be tween science\, technology and political decision-making. She asks what et hical standards apply in the three intertwined fields. In the exhibition s he presents a video essay and sculptures. She has collaborated with the sc ientists Cynthia Möller and Frederike Wilhelmina Wistuba of the Center fo r Research on Right-Wing Extremism\, Democracy Education and Social Integr ation (KomRex). In addition\, Kristina Cyan received further input for her research from Andreas Beelmann\, Annika Kleinschmitt\, Johannes Streitber ger and Jakob Thinius of KomRex.Monika Dorniak collaborated with Timo Mapp es\, Maria Dienerowitz\, Jessica Lang\, Sören Groß and Julian Windmölle r from the German Optical Museum (D.O.M) as well as Olivia Engmann from th e IMPULS research consortium. In addition\, the exchange with Ilona Croy a nd Mehmet Mahmut from the Department of Clinical Psychology at Friedrich S chiller University Jena was an enrichment for the interdisciplinary resear ch process. Their sculptural works foreground the agency of non-human acto rs. In her developed performance\, the artist deals with alienation and in tergenerational trauma.Nahye Gu\, together with Cláudia Vilhena and Zolt án Cseresnyes from the Hans Knöll Institute\, observed how pathogenic ba cteria learn from their human host. The studies use high-resolution micros copy and computer-assisted image analysis. The artist isolated part of the research process\, used it as a source of inspiration\, and translated it poetically and humorously into installations with ceramic elements.Lisa H opf has collaborated with Gyula Kovács and Hannah Klink from the Departme nt of Biological Psychology and Cognitive Neurosciences (BPCN)\, Linda Fic co from the Department for General Psychology\, and Ekaterina Podlesnaia f rom Leibniz-IPHT. Her work explores how human perceptual processes and the brain function. At the same time\, her work is a commentary on late capit alist forms of labor in the service sector.The exhibition also shows the r esults of the workshop series "kT Fellows"\, in which citizens of Jena tri ed out their creative skills together with the participating artists and s cientists. URL: .html DTSTART:20221001T160000 DTEND:20221001T160000 LOCATION:Nollendorfer Str. 30\, 07743 Jena END:VEVENT BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Europe/Berlin BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:20221001T160000 TZNAME:CEST TZOFFSETTO:+0200 TZOFFSETFROM:+0200 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE END:VCALENDAR