The artist Julian Charrière and the glaciologist Felix Keller led the sixth conversation of the series "La Scienza a regola d'Arte".
We need to start from life itself and from the most human aspects of life to search for clues for a better world, with Artificial Intelligence.
The fifth meeting in the State-of-the-art Science series, a product of the collaboration between the MASI, the Art Museum of the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, and IBSA Foundation for [...]
The meeting between the German photographer Thomas Struth and the American physicist James Beachem, which was held on 18 October in the hall of the LAC in Lugano, offered the opportunity to weave [...]
“The task of art is also to highlight the limitations of our development model and the negative effects that unfortunately has sometimes produced. In this sense photography can be a very [...]
“The earth is 4.6 billion years old, man arrived at most 200 thousand years ago. We must realize that for our planet man is just a blink of an eye in his long history. We should look at nature [...]
Yesterday’s meeting “La Scienza a regola d’arte” started with the reading by Igor Horvat of this poem by the Ticino writer Alberto Nessi: Pomeriggio di settembre Sono con [...]
The photographer-researcher Armin Linke, a dedicated scholar of the discourse around the Anthropocene, engaged in a conversation with geologist Paolo Cortini, an expert in naturalistic [...]
Simplicity is the form of true greatness, an unconscious greatness that has become nature. This is also the philosophy of the German artist Wolfgang Laib, who uses natural materials, such as [...]
On Friday, 24 November, the journalist and writer Federico Rampini met with his daughter Costanza, an environmental scientist who lived in India for several years, at the LAC in Lugano to discuss [...]