How can you transform a single everyday workflow of the lab into a sensual aesthetical experience?In my work I am interested in transforming ways of thinking or ways of working into different contexts for which they were not meant to be. A single workflow usually is done to create a certain result or product. What happens if you cut off the result from the workflow and just look at the workflow itself? What kind of aesthetical language can you use to describe or transform this workflow into a different context?
On the occasion of the beginning of the cooperation with argovia philharmonic, posters designed by young scientists from this NCCR and from the "Zürcher Hochschule der Künste" (ZHdK) were shown. You can see them here.
Ralf Stutzki, Head Ethics