[Lecture] Inventing within cultures: research projects embracing science, technology and art in Japan, on Oct. 3rd, 2023
Prof. Nathan Cohen, WRH specially appointed professor, will give us the lecture including olfactory art, olfactory game etc. You are welcome to join it at 16:30 on October 3rd at OCS=1, 1F R2 building, Suzukakedai Campus.
Day & Time: 2023, October 3rd, Tuesday 16:30 start (Duration: 1.5 hours (30 minutes of Q&A included))
Venue: OCS=1, 1F R2 building, Suzukakedai Campus
Lecturer: Nathan Cohen (Art and Science, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London)
Inventing within cultures: research projects embracing science, technology and art in Japan
As an artist and educator I am actively engaged with the STEAM agenda seeking to encourage discourse between the arts, science and technology. I have had the privilege of working with scientists, engineers and technologists, most particularly in Japan. In this talk I will be presenting some of these interdisciplinary research projects, including those currently being engaged with at Tokyo Tech.
Laboratory for Future Interdisciplinary Research of Science and Technology (FIRST), Institute of Innovative Research (IIR)
WRH Team visits Nakamoto Lab to experience olfactory display and “The Aromatic Garden” (NEWS)