ART X SCIENCE

NOVEMBER 19-21, 2018

PLAY EVERYTHING

Within the natural sciences, you often expect there to be one, single correct answer. But many of the challenges in our society today, require a combination of competences and perspectives. When playing around with facts and logics, you never know what to expect. You MAY discover the unexpected, that CAN bring us to the next level. Or just have fun.
If it is a computer game or some sport you play, or music, or a movie, or IF IT IS a theater play, or… Regardless of what you play, you explore what we know, and what we do not know.
Welcome to discover new perspectives together with us, and to play everything.



PROGRAM

Re-Connecting People and Material

Jan Körbes

seminar

Runan

Monday 09:00-10:00

By changing people’s perception of functionality we try to find solutions which are within anyone’s reach, we want to change your way of thinking. Functions in architecture and design are temporary and often have a limited lifespan. By shifting functions between objects, components or spaces, we are questioning the standard design approach where form follows function. It is this approach where our method meets the goals of circulair thinking. By shifting functionality of existing objects, components or spaces we try to achieve an endless lifespan.
We create pilot projects in architecture, interior design and public spaces.

Dance Your PhD

Cecillia Berlin

seminar

Ledningsrummet

Monday 10:00-10:30

Cecilia Berlin thinks that everyone should dance their PhD - or why not someone else's, for that matter! She found it not only fun, but also an intellectual challenge to translate research into movement. She realized that dancing your PhD can be very similar to teaching in general.

Thinking about science like a dancer and communicating wordlessly

Cecillia Berlin

workshop

Ledningsrummet

Monday 10:30-12:00

After a presentation of how she danced her PhD, Cecilia will hold a workshop where participants don't need to know how to dance. We will explore how we interpret stylized non-verbal communication, directions, movement quality, angularity, group movement and much more. It won't quite be a dance class, but definitely an opportunity to let actions speak louder than words.

Luc Willekens seminar

Luc Willekens

seminar

Ledningsrummet

Monday 15:30-16:00

Simularities: Generic elements in the process of design, research and poetry. Translation of scientific language into poetry.

Poetry and abstracts

Luc Willekens

workshop

Ledningsrummet

Monday 16:00-17:00

By working in short writing sessions experience how poetry and scientific writing can influence one another: increase the readability of your scientific texts by learning about ritme, structure, rhyme, alliteration.

Flamenco meets the North meets the Orient

Trio el Gancho

concert

Foyer

Monday 12:00-13:00

Trio el Gancho is an ensamble using liberty as working method. They started playing together over five years ago when they met at the Royal School of Music in Stockholm.  Each one of them are well experienced in their respective genre. Their musical traditions are entwined with passionate flamenco rhythms, chalet smelling polska and sweet kurdish songs performed on Spanish guitar, Oriental cello and Swedish folk flutes.

From Cave Art to Smartphones introduction

13:00-13:10
Fredrik Höök

seminar

Runan

Monday 13:00-16:30

Perception and cave art – what it takes to see what one sees

13:10-14:00
Mats Rosengren

In the late 19th century, prehistoric mural paintings and engravings were discovered. In this presentation Rosengren will dwell on epistemic questions related to images and perception that this rich and much debated material has given rise to. Through a presentation of how the first mural paleolithic art in Europe was discovered, he will show that perceiving is always related to knowing, and knowing to the social-historical conditions of the perceiver.


Knowledge out of reach – I freeze time and paint life into damaged slides

14:00-14:30
Ida Rödén

The artist Ida Rödén begins her presentation by referencing to Mats Rosengren's thoughts about Plato’s cave. She continues to provide insight into her lifelong art project based on an art-historical slide archive of nearly 30,000 images. She paints the slides, watercolors to scale. What the photographs depict are barely distinguishable. Instead, we see fingerprints, moisture damage and plastic frames with handwritten text. The archive is an inheritance from her grandfather. She asks: when does a gift become a burden? During her presentation, she focuses on cave paintings found in her grandfather’s slide box, titled “ice-age".


From Cave Art to Smartphones

14:30-15:00
Oliver Chanarin




Coffee break

15:00-15:20



Exploring Experimental Documentary in Sites of Nanotechnology

15:20-15:50
Kerstin Hamilton

Hamilton’s talk will address themes connected to her film Zero Point Energy. The film is set inside The Chalmers’ cleanroom: a laboratory for research on nanoscale. In the film, a majority of the ‘actors’ are actual researchers with a clear knowledge of the materials and processes in this room. The film challenges the concept of ‘documentary’ and is part of Hamilton’s artistic practice based PhD project where questions of truth and objectivity are at the core. Informed by feminist technology scholars Donna Haraway, and Karen Barad, the talk will deliberate on what ‘the documentary’ is and how the genre might be affected by recent years’ upsurge of ‘post-truth’ agendas.


Discussion

15:50-16:30
Mattias Marklund, Fredrik Höök and presenters

Reimagine electrical circuits, seminar

Ammy Olofson

seminar

ACE

Monday 10:30-11:00

Ammy Olofsson is an artist that combines glassblowing and electrical circuits. She makes interactive sculpture, builds functioning glass Arduinos and makes speakers from just magnets, glass and copper wire. Her artist talk will be about sculpting circuits and working with electrical circuits from a craft artists perspective.

Reimagine electrical circuits, workshop

Ammy Olofson

workshop

ACE

Monday 11:30-13:00

A brainstorming workshop about building electrical circuits without using any traditional circuitboard/PCB. In groups we will reimagine what a circuit could consist of, look like and how different materials and aesthetics can change how it is perceived. Wild ideas and a playful approach are encouraged. No previous experience in crafts or circuiting is necessary.

Interactive paintings - combining visual art, interaction design and electronics

Peter Ljungstrand

seminar

ACE

Monday 11:00-11:30

Humans has used visual art as a means of expression since at least the stone age. Painters need skills in both craft and art to be successful and the creation process is typically dynamic. But when the painting is finished, the art piece becomes a static object. With advances in material science, electronics, software and interaction design, we can create paintings that become dynamic and react to user input and change their expression, yet are still fully painted by hand.

Interactive painting

Peter Ljungstrand

workshop

ACE

Monday 11:30-13:00

In this workshop, we will explore various types of paint that have electrically conductive and color-changing, and how this can be combined with sensor technologies, software and sound synthesis to create dynamic and interactive paintings that are still fully painted by hand with brush and paint.

Creative Writing

Katryn Strong Hansen, Anna Maria Gabrielli

workshop

Ledningsrummet

Monday 17:00-18:30

Are you an engineer, scientist, or designer who is also a creative writer? Welcome to a creative writing workshop in conjunction with the 2018 AHA Festival. In this workshop, we will lead you using thought experiments as springboards for writing creative texts. Novice as well as experienced creative writers are welcome. The workshop will be conducted in English and led by Kathryn Strong Hansen and Annamaria Gabrielli.

The role of the sixth sense in research and education

Stefan Bengtsson, Daniel Berg, Tobias Granmo, Peter Christensson, Michael Eriksson

seminar

ACE

Monday 17:15-18:15

Future challenges within research as well as in other parts of the society, requires a combination of competences and perspectives, if we are going to create a sustainable future. Albert Einstein said: The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. If we consider the way we understand our world, as made up of things we can see and interpret rationally, there is also many experiences we cannot organize, intellectualize and quantify, simply because it is too complex. Art is a way to understand our world, as well as science is, with its own characteristic language and approach. What can Chalmers do to nurture and develop, the sixth sense, for a sustainable future?

Inauguration AHArt Gallery

performance

ACE

Monday 18:30-20:00

Mordets Scenografi

Njurmännen & UKON

performance

ACE

Monday 19:00-19:30

At the AHA! Festival UKON & Njurmännen will perform the new piece ”Mordets scenografi”. By listening to large amounts of recordings from court trials UKON has directed his attention towards the small and seemingly pointless details surrounding the crimes, what was eaten, what cars were driven, what music was listened too, the smalltalk before and after. ”Mordets scenografi” is an unpleasant poem containing clothing brands, candy, interior decor and weather - but no violence.

Javid Afsari Rad Ensemble

performance

Foyer

Monday 20:00-21:30

BabAHAr

other

Foyer

Monday 19:30-22:00

Bar, serving wine and beer.

A way to access and build your 6th sense

Vi Nguyen

seminar

Ledningsrummet

Tuesday 10:00-11:00

"Steve Jobs describes it as “more powerful than intellect.” Albert Einstein called it the sacred gift. It is the thing that sets apart the brilliant from the average. It is the secret to the success of Bill Gates, of Elon Musk, of historical inventors.  
Yet why is it that our sixth-sense, our intuition, our inner voice the least-used tool?   
In this reflective session, Vi will share a way to access this tool, how to have the courage to follow it in to the unknown and how to have fun in the process!"

Christian Reiner

seminar

Foyer

Tuesday 09:00-09:30

Oliver Chanarin

seminar

Foyer

Tuesday 09:30-10:00

Photosynthesis and evolution does not discriminate between classical and quantum physics, but we and quantum computers do

Göran Johansson, Fredrik Höök

seminar

Foyer

Tuesday 11:00-12:00

Life on earth and its evolution is driven by photosynthesis, a process where single photons from the sun are captured and stored into energetic (sugar) molecules, which all life-forms fight for. As a result of evolution, our human brains now understand many aspects of this fundamental energy harvesting process, which scientifically involve biology, chemistry and quantum physics. Especially the latter contains aspects contra-intuitive and provoking for our human brains. Join our discussion, which inspired by evolution will span from photosynthesis and our senses to quantum computers.

Student Workshop

Anna K

seminar

ACE

Tuesday 09:00-12:00

Fysikens språk: ett samtal om skrivande, metaforer och matematik

Helena Granström, Martin Cedervall

open discussions

Foyer

Tuesday 12:00-13:00

Swedish speaking event
Fysikens uppgift är att närma sig det som ligger utanför den mänskliga sinneserfarenheten, men det är enbart genom de mänskliga sinnena som närmandet kan ske."" skriver Helena Granström, fysiker och författare, i sin bok Osäkerhetsrelationen. Hon frågar också "" Skall orden tämja verkligheten, eller skall verkligheten släppa orden ut ur fållan?"" Vi önskar er välkomna till ett samtal mellan Helena och Martin Cedervall, professor i teoretisk fysik, om att gestalta våra djupaste insikter om fysik med de bilder och metaforer vårt språk tillåter. Helena Granström är bokad genom Författarcentrum Väst.

Kyma Technology

Ståle Storløkken, Helge Sten

seminar

Ledningsrummet

Tuesday 13:00-15:00

What do the artists David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and John Paul Jones (Led Zeppelin) have in common with the creators of the movie Wall-E and the game World of Warcraft?
They have all used the sound design system Kyma in their work. It’s an object oriented computer programming language with almost limitless sound processing capabilities. The improvising musicians Helge Steen (aka Deathprod) and Ståle Storløkken will in this lecture talk about the Kyma technologiy as well as showing some hands-on working methods.

The Playing Physisist

Anders Nordlund

seminar

F - GD salen

Tuesday 17:00-17:30

"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy"S What makes us play? What differs play from non-play? And why is it so fun? Many demonstrations and observations of physical phenomena started with toys. In this presentation some classical physics toys and their history are presented. If you are a tiny wee little childish (as I am), come and listen.

A walk of history, art and physics

Peter Apell

guided tour

F - Äpplet

Tuesday 16:30-18:00

A guided tour that connects the history of Chalmers first building at our main campus, with its continuously growing collection of contemporary art, and advances in the field of physics. (Limited number of participants)

Serious creativity, the most important resource for humanity

PO Nilsson

seminar

F - GD salen

Tuesday 15:15-16:15

Good knowledge is no longer enough to solve our problems in society. Serious creativity is now the most important resource for future development. The good thing is that creativity can be learnt and special problem solving techniques are important tools. Through critical and lateral thinking these can be used to solve many of our grand challenges in the world. Learn more about how we together and as individuals can develop our creativity.

Optical Illusions and Creativity

PO Nilsson, Kjell Sedig

F - FysikLek

Tuesday 13:00-18:30

To make sense of the world, it is necessary to organize incoming sensations into information. An optical illusion creates a visual percept that appears to differ from reality. Many of these phenomena are not yet fully understood, but can hopefully contribute to the awareness of one’s own perception. Through training we can learn to be more creative and be better equipped to solve future problems. Come and be puzzled and more creative.

Strings

Ståle Storløkken, Catalina Vicens, Marco Ambrosini, Javid Afsari Rad

concert

Foyer

Tuesday 18:30-19:30

Costellazione Manga - A space journey through Astronomy, Japanese comics and animation

Daria Dall’Olio, Yvette Gustavsson

seminar

Ledningsrummet

Wednesday 09:00-10:30

Can we learn astronomy using Japanese comics and animation? Yes, of course! Costellazione Manga (Manga Constellation) is a space travel where the heroes of our favourite mangaand animewill guide us through the starry sky and the physics of the astronomical objects it contains. At forty years since the first broadcastings of Starzinger and Galaxy Express 999 we will look at the sky and we will ask ourselves: is it possible to travel between stars and galaxies and meet new friends from other worlds? How do planets form? How are stars born and what is their fate? The special guests of this Costellazione Manga event will be the heroes of famous manga and anime such as Starzinger, Sailor Moon, Saint Seiya and Dragon Ball.Costellazione Manga is an astronomy outreach project that was developed with the aim of engaging people through references to widespread knowledge that are normally not associated with science. The links between art and science have been proved to be a powerful tool to get people interested in astronomy.

A Musical Journey

Arve Henriksen, Helge Sten

seminar

Foyer

Wednesday 10:30-12:00

Supersilent was founded in 1997 and has just released the album Supersilent 14. The musicians will talk about musical journey, and explain the on going process of making music focusing on audio as a composing tool. In the presentation also touching topics like improvisation and orchestration, the recording and mastering process, and analog instruments vs digital possibilities.

Christian Reiner & Arve Henriksen

performance

Foyer

Wednesday 12:00-13:00

Vilken är den mest slumpmässiga sporten?

Torbjörn Lundh

seminar

Foyer

Wednesday 13:00-13:30

Swedish speaking event
Matematik kan användas för att ge svar på så många olika typer av frågor. Här ska vi diskutera en fråga som uppstod sent en fredagskväll i baren på en Finlandsfärja och som genererade flera nya frågor - vilket är precis som det brukar vara - bland annat ett optimeringsproblem som var för svårt för mig - vilket är också precis som det brukar vara.

Soccermatics: how maths can win football matches

David Sumpter

seminar

Foyer

Wednesday 13:30-14:00

Football is not only the most beautiful of sports, but it is also the most mathematical. From shot statistics and league tables to the geometry of passing and managerial strategy, the modern game is filled with numbers, patterns and shapes. Using his skills as an applied mathematician, David Sumpter have dissected the modern game.

Exploring sound and movement making

Jorge Alcaide, Gilda Stillbäck, Aloun Marchal

workshop

ACE

Wednesday 13:30-15:00

Jorge Alcaide is a musician that came to research movement together with his sounding, when Gilda Stillbäck and Aloun Marchal are dancers that have researched sound making together with movement. Together they are inviting you to explore sound and movement making. They would like to invite you into  researching how sound making can inspire creating movement and how movement making can inspire creating sound. They will invite you to look at the notions that are shared in those two worlds such as texture, rhythm or imagination... We will also explore dissociating the soundscape to the physicalscape by doing something with the body while sounding completely differently. Objects will also be involved.

Hjärnboll- fotbollsspelares okända intelligens

Torbjörn Vestberg

seminar

Foyer

Wednesday 14:00-14:45

Swedish speaking event
I huvudet på världens bästa fotbollsspelare. Betydelsen av de exekutiva funktionerna för framgång. Följ med på en resa in i hjärnan på Xavi, Iniesta och Anders Limpar. Ta del av den senaste hjärnforskningen som visar på skillnaden mellan en allsvensk spelare och en spelare i ett seniorlandslag. Har de exekutiva funktionerna möjlighet att ge vägledning när det gäller att få en människa att nå sin fulla kompetens?

Statistics: coming soon to a sport near you!

Carl Lindberg, Jan Lennartsson

seminar

Runan

Wednesday 14:45-15:30

Swedish speaking event
The application of modern statistical methods and analytics is virtually non-existent in team sports today. However, there has recently awoken an interest in the potential of the field, even though most work remains to be done. This talk describes the work the presenters did jointly with ice hockey legend Nicklas Lidström, and how he used probabilistic reasoning and statistics to improve his game.

Understanding the game

Andreas Alm

seminar

Foyer

Wednesday 15:30-16:30

Andreas Alm, 45, har varit elittränare i fotboll i tio år och före det elitspelare och fotbollsexpert på TV4. Under sin tid som tränare har Alm vunnit allt som går att vinna i Sverige och lett sitt lag till gruppspel i Europa. Idag tränar han BK Häcken på Hisingen. Alm är även författare till boken »Se på spelet«, en bok om spelförståelse i fotboll som sålt i 35 000 exemplar i Sverige och internationellt. Boken handlar om kognition, perception och hemligheten bakom de bästa spelarna i världen.

Musical Reflection

Anna Maria Friman, Catalina Vicens, Marco Ambrosini

performance

Foyer

Wednesday 14:00-15:00

Brown & Bri

seminar

Ledningsrummet

Wednesday 16:30-17:30

BROWN&BRÍ is the collaborative practice of Rachel Brown & Brighdín Farren. They are interested in creating cross-disciplinary platforms, and exploring symmetries across time and space. Recent research connects 17th century astronomy, 20th century opera, Greek myths, and the second law of thermodynamics.

Geniet från Breslau

Lena Einhorn

seminar

Foyer

Wednesday 17:45-18:45

Swedish speaking event
Geniet från Breslau is a fascinating story about the marriage between Fritz Haber and Clara Immerwahr, and the turbulent time in which they lived. He, a chemist and close friend of Albert Einstein was always close to solving the sustenance problems of the earth. She grew up in a warm, affluent and supportive family, that assisted her in all of her extraordinary strives. Everything should have been perfect. If it weren't for that the nation they lived in, the dying imperial Germany, the most successful of nations, was a bomb about to explode. If it weren’t for a young jewish man, who loved his country, and was invited to lead ” the emperors academic guard regiment” , could not choose between great science and blind patriotism. Listen to Lena Einhorn talk more about her latest book.

Find Your Flow Through Art

Olga Bachila

workshop

ACE

Wednesday 17:00-19:00

We, as modern human beings, are constantly surrounded by obligations, duties and tasks. While chasing social achievements, we often tend to forget to take good care of our mental health. The good thing is that it is never too late to start balancing two aspects of our lives: social and inner… Painting has been known, appreciated and recommended for centuries as one of the most powerful tool that helps one to feel more in peace with oneself and others. You will be gently guided along that whole process, so just come, learn and enjoy yourself while painting!

Anna Maria Friman Catalina Vicens Marco Ambrosini

concert

Foyer

Wednesday 19:00-20:00

Supersilent

concert

Runan

Wednesday 20:30-22:00

BabAHAr

other

Foyer

Wednesday 17:30-20:30

Bar, serving wine and beer.

Musical Cubes

Gunnar Oledal

interactive installation

ACE

During the festival

Musical Cubes is an interactive sound installation for public spaces. The installation works like a collaborative step sequencer as it consists of eight interactive translucent cubes (2x4 matrix) hanging from the ceiling at a certain height. Users are able to interact by standing underneath a cube and by their presence in that space initiate a sound and effect the shine of colored light when the sequencer passes the cube. Users can record new sounds into the cubes by tapping on them. Additionally it's possible to copy sounds between two cubes by simply bringing them together. These different functions reflect our underlying intention. As the handling of the Musical Cubes is somewhat restricted if used alone, it becomes clear that our installation is intended for bringing people together in a collaborative interaction. By standing under the cubes, recording sounds and perhaps alter ones distance to the cubes, the users can create a beat or melody together.

Music of a Dying Star

Wouter Vlemmings, Matthias Maercker

Catella

During the festival

Enbarr mac Lir, VR racing with physical office chairs

Erik Einebrant

exhibition

ACE

During the festival

Enbarr mac Lir is a mobile VR experience where several players engage in competitive multiplayer racing. You are the mac Lirs, children of the sea. You must ride you mighty oceanic beasts (IKEA office chairs) to claim your birthright. Inspiration for the name comes from the Irish god Manannan mac Lir. The game consist of office chairs which have been modified into interactive arcade machines. A player interacts with the game using a mobile VR headset connected to their chair and by rotating and bending the chair.

PickaBoog, nose picking arcade cabinet

Erik Einebrant

exhibition

ACE

During the festival

A game built as an arcade cabinet for the retro game fair in Sweden, Gothenburg 2018. Two players battle it out, each controlling a snake-like finger picking boogers, all built into a physical, interactive nose.

AHArt Gallery

exhibition

ACE

During the festival

During the AHA Festival, the AHArt Gallery exhibits Chalmers students’ own art. This is an initiative from the Architecture and Civil Engineering Library. A few months ago, we wrote with BIG LETTERS on our window façade: WE WANT ART! And boy, did we get ART! Our idea of art is playful and under the main theme Play everything! We will show photos, paintings, sketches, a doll, a pair of bronze briefs, a digital gallery, tiger mittens… and more!

Define White

Nathanael Larsson

exhibition

Foyer

During the festival

Address Please?

Martin Skimutis and Christian Bjärgö 

exhibition

ACE

During the festival

Martin Skimutis and Christian Bjärgö explores the man made site and the act of dwelling, through miniature worlds constructed from recycled materials. The enviroments seems desolate or recantly vacated, witch invokes a sense of mystery or drama, but also makes room for the spectator to inhabit them with their own experiances and narratives. The artist wishes for the visitors to actively interpret these sites and interact by sharing their own projections and stories through painting, drawing or writing.

* All events are free of charge / Please click on events for more info / The programme is subject to change


SPEAKERS / PERFORMERS

Aloun Marchal

Aloun Marchal is an improviser, dancer and choreographer. French artist living in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Paris, France.
He receives the Danceweb grant in 2008 and 2012. In 2010, he is awarded the second prize of the Dance competition, “Danse Elargie” that took place in Theatre de la ville, for the creation of “Gerro, Minos and Him” in collaboration with Roger Sala Reyner and Simon Tanguy. In 2013, “Gerro, Minos and Him” is awarded the best dance piece award at the Stuttgarter Tanz-und Teaterpreis festival. In 2017, he receives the innovative choreographic grant from SACD for the creation of Bibi Ha Bibi.
He is currently touring three of his creations : “Bibi Ha Bibi”, “Gerro, Minos and Him” and “Trippel”. As a performer, Aloun is touring “More than naked”, a massively naked show choreographed by the Austrian artist Doris Uhlich, the last shows of the integrated dance company SPINN and “L’Age d’or” choreographed by Eric Minh Cuong Castaing.
Aloun decided to start dancing when he understood that thinking wasn’t enough. He felt that it was kind of the same as taking the objects drawn on a map for the objects themselves.
Since then he is fascinated by moments that don’t make sense yet, but eventually will.

Andreas Alm

Andreas Alm, 45, har varit elittränare i fotboll i tio år och före det elitspelare och fotbollsexpert på TV4. Under sin tid som tränare har Alm vunnit allt som går att vinna i Sverige och lett sitt lag till gruppspel i Europa. Idag tränare han BK Häcken på Hisingen. Alm är även författare till boken »Se på spelet«, en bok om spelförståelse i fotboll som sålt i 35 000 exemplar i Sverige och internationellt. Boken handlar om kognition, perception och hemligheten bakom de bästa spelarna i världen.

Anna Kaczorowska

Anna is a researcher and teacher at the Department of Architecture, an urbanist with a background in architecture and city planning, practice covering a range of urban planning and design activities in mostly public settings. She believes in developing a Metalogue between society, ecology and design in an increasingly urban world, promoting integral urbanism and common concerns across disciplines met on the footing straddling both nature and culture of cities.

Ammy Olofsson

Ammy Olofsson is a swedish glass artist and graduated from the master's programme in Ceramics and Glass at Konstfack University College of Arts Crafts and Design in 2016. Now she runs the Glasstudio ”Glasbolaget i Bro” togehter with Erika Kristofersson Bredberg, where she works with her own art and is also a part of the artist group ”BOOM!”. Since graduating she has been a part of exhibitions at the Swedish National Museum, ArkDes and National Liberty Museum in USA to mention a few. Ammy is inspired by the hacker movement, traditional crafts, new technology and old science fiction.

Anders Nordlund

Associate professor in physics at Chalmers and also deeply involved in the new pedagogical centre at physics, FysikLek.

Anna Maria Friman

For the last twenty years Anna, from Göteborg, has been working as a freelance musician (voice and hardanger fiddle) in project based chamber music ensembles, soloist engagements ranging from small ensemble formations (such as Gavin Bryars Ensemble, Hille Perl´s Sirius Viols and Bang on a can All-Stars) to Symphony Orchestral works, as well as with her two regular groups Trio Mediaeval and Alternative History. In 2018 she started a new collaboration with Marco Ambrosini and Catalina Vicens. Most of her ensemble engagements over the last ten years have included performers from different musical styles, crossing borders between folk, improvisation, contemporary, medieval and renaissance music. She has performed and given radio broadcasts throughout Europe, USA, Mexico, Canada, Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan, and since 2001 she has recorded for ECM Records. In 2010 Anna completed a Doctor of Philosophy in Music at the University of York, UK where she researched the modern performance of medieval music by women. For five years she taught singing and coached vocal ensembles at the University of York, and further through the years she has very much enjoyed giving vocal masterclasses and ensemble workshops at different academic institutions in Europe and USA, teaching at summer courses as well as coaching individual groups.
www.annamariafriman.com

Anna Maria Gabrielli

Annamaria Gabrielli is a lecturer at the Division for Language and Communication at Chalmers. She teaches technical “writing and Maritime English and her current research aims at improving cross-curricular teaching and learning methods.

Arve Henriksen

Born in 1968, Arve Henriksen studied at the Trondheim Conservatory from 1987-1991, and has worked as a freelance musician since 1988.
Henriksen has composed and commissioned music for festivals, films and documentary programs. He has a long discography counting over 180 records in total on various record labels. Received together with Supersilent The Alarm Award 2004. He has been the artist in residence at Moers Jazzfestival 2006, OIOI-festival in Bergen 2008 and at Molde Jazz Festival 2009. From 2004-2006 he was a part of the European Jazz Launch project. He has received Norsk Jazzforums Buddy Award 2005. Radka Toneffs Memorial Award 2007, Paul Acket Award at North Sea Jazz Festival 2011 and DNB and Kongsberg Jazzfestival´s Musician Award 2011. He has been nominated to Nordisk Råds musikkpris 2009 and also nominated to European Jazz musician of the year 2009. In 2016 he became Doctor Honoris Causa at The University of Gothenburg. Nominated with Supersilent for Nordisk Råds Musikkpris to be announced in October 2017. The ECM «Rimur» record together with Trio Mediaeval is nominated for Grammy Award 2018 as one of Manfred Eicher´s Best Produced Records. Commissioned music «Height of the reeds» together with Jan Bang, Eivind Aarset and Jez Riley French for The Humber Bridge project Hull City of Culture 2017. «Height of the reeds» is now released on cd and vinyl on Rune Grammofon.

Brown & Brí

BROWN & BRÍ is the collaborative practice of Rachel Brown & Brighdín Farren. They are interested in creating cross-disciplinary platforms, and exploring symmetries across time and space. Recent research connects 17th century astronomy, 20th century opera, Greek myths, and the second law of thermodynamics.
Rachel Brown has a BA Hons Fine Art (Photography) from Glasgow School of Art. Brighdín Farren has a BA Hons Fine Art (Sculpture) from Limerick School of Art and Design, and MA Contemporary Dance Performance from University of Limerick. They met as directors at Catalyst Arts Belfast, and currently work in fields of creative writing and urban planning."

Carl Lindberg, Jan Lennartsson

Carl Lindberg is docent in Matematical Statistics from Chalmers, and has also been adjunct professor in Financial Mathematics at Uppsala University and Chalmers. Jan Lennartsson has a Ph.D in Mathematical Statistics from Chalmers but he started his career as a professional handball player. He has played 125 games for the Swedish Handball team and won gold in the Swedish Handball League 2004 and 2005. Both Jan and Carl is today working at the Second Swedish National Pension Fund in Gothenburg.

Catalina Vicens

Catalina Vicens combines a vibrant international soloist and research career. Having specialized in performing on antique keyboard instruments, she has been invited to play on the oldest playable harpsichord in the world, featured in her latest recording “Il Cembalo di Partenope”; the 15th century gothic organ of St. Andreas in Ostönnen (one of the oldest and best preserved organs in the world, as well as several collections in the UK, Europe and USA. She is also recognized for her work with medieval portative and positive organs, clavisimbalum and clavicytherium. Vicens has been invited as guest teacher, harpsichord, fortepiano, medieval and chamber music in places such as the Longy School of Music Cambridge (USA), Universität der Künste Berlin and the Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen (Germany), the Renaissance Academy in Lunenburg (Canada) and teaches regularly at the Early Music Course at Burg Fürsteneck and the International Portative Organ Days in Germany, which she curates since 2011. In 2016 she served as jury member at the Jurow International Harpsichord Competition.

Cecilia Berlin

Cecilia Berlin is the Chalmers researcher who heard about the competition ”Dance your PhD” in the year 2011, right after her own disputation. After 6 years of considering the idea she figured out how to frame her own ergonomics research with movement. The result was a video where Cecilia dances all the parts herself. The video became Chalmers contribution to the competition and most likely the first danced dissertation about ergonomics. On a daily basis Cecilia conducts research and education at Chalmers about workplace ergonomics within production environments.

Christian Reiner

Voice-artist Christian Reiner was born in Munich in 1970 and currently lives in Vienna. Reiner brings the written word to life in  performances are as unique as they are fascinating, blending poetry  with spontaneous vocal improvisation and accompanied by various  musicians. His work includes his critically acclaimed interpretation  of Friedrich Hölderlin’s ‘Turmgedichte’, published by ECM Records.  “Reiner is able to coax the music out of the words,” the German  newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung attested, while the  Süddeutsche Zeitung stated that “the recitation of the poems resembles  a performance dedicated to the human voice as a solo instrument.

Costellazione Manga

Comics and animation deeply engage people; it has been demonstrated that they can be successfully used to communicate science to the public. They appear to stimulate many aspects of the learning processes and they can help with the development of links between ideas. Given these pedagogical premises, we built up a project called Costellazione Manga, where we consider astronomical references present in Japanese comics and animations, and we highlight the physics behind them. Such references allow us to introduce outstanding themes of modern astrophysics, and communicate astronomical concepts to a large spectrum of people. We introduce general topics such as the difference between stars, planets, and galaxies, or more specific ideas such as the detection of organic molecules in space. When presenting the night sky and constellations, we also describe how the same stars are perceived and grouped by different cultures. Costellazione Manga has had an effective outcome as a powerful tool to popularise astronomy and to stimulate important aspects of the learning development, such as curiosity and critical thinking.

Daniel Berg

Daniel Berg: Marimba principal, chamber musician, composer and teacher. Berg is lecturer in musical impersonation and teaches percussion, chamber music and ensemble, at academy of Music in Gothenburg, Örebro and Stockholm.

Daria Dall’Olio

Daria Dall’Olio is a PhD student in astronomy at Chalmers University of Technology – Onsala Space Observatory, where she works on magnetic fields in star-forming regions. Daria is active in popularising astronomy and has authored several outreach articles and conducted seminars and planetarium shows.

David Sumpter

David Sumpter is Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. Originally from London, but growing up in Scotland, he completed his doctorate in Mathematics at Manchester, and held a Royal Society Fellowship at Oxford before heading to Sweden. His scientific research, including over 100 articles, covers everything from the inner workings of fish schools and ant colonies, the analysis the passing networks of football teams, segregation in society to machine learning and artificial intelligence. He was awarded the IMA’s Catherine Richards prize for communicating mathematics to a wider audience. His first popular science book was Soccermatics in 2016, followed by Outnumbered in 2018.

Erik Einebrant

Erik Einebrant works as a researcher at RISE Interactive in Gothenburg, Sweden. He has had varying roles in several projects and have taught in many courses, lectures and workshops for a broad variety of audiences. Einebrant is also an independent game developer in the thriving indie game community of Gothenburg.

Fredrik Höök

Fredrik Höök, head of the Biological Physics division at Chalmers, develops surface-based bioanalytical sensors, with special emphasis on studies of cell-membrane mimics and biological nanoparticls such as virions, lipid vesicles and exosomes for medical diagnostic and drug-discovery applications. His laboratory is presently focused on microfluidic platforms for separation of cell-membrane components to facilitate improved analysis of membrane proteins and virus binding. The group also work on flow-cytometry like approaches for improved characterization of biological nanoparticles. FH has been awarded the Göran Gustafsson prize in Physics by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) and is member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA).

Gilda Stillbäck

Movement gives me sensation that gives me emotion that moves me"

I started as a dancer and through the years my path has been growing
wider through choreographing, directing and acting. One experience has
been taking me to another, new interests have influenced me and my
work has been changing, taking new expressions, shapes and colours.
But the foundation of my artistic work is still the body. My physical
and emotional body is my ally and motor in everything I do.

Göran Johansson

Göran Johansson is a head of the Applied Quantum Physics laboratory and also co-director of Chalmers' Area of Advance Nano. "I’m fascinated by quantum physics, both fundamental aspects as well as applied quantum technology. One example of an interesting fundamental effect is the dynamical Casimir effect, where photons are created out of the vacuum by a mirror accelerating to velocities close to the speed of light. A more applied question is how to build a quantum computer, where the quantum mechanical phenomena superposition and entanglement are used to solve problems that are beyond the capabilities of today’s supercomputers."

Gunnar Oledal

Gunnar Oledal works as senior developer and researcher at RISE Interactive Gothenburg, Sweden. "I see myself as a technology oriented designer. I've transitioned my focus the last few years towards physical computing, which I find very exciting. Being part of the development process from concept idea, to a working prototype is so rewarding! With my background in music, I also love to work in the area where technology meets music, building new strange music instruments, or repurposing existing technology for a musical context."

Helena Granström

Helena Granström (f. 1983) är författare och fil.lic. i matematik. Hon debuterade 2008 med den civilisationskritiska essän Alltings mått, och har därefter utkommit med ett antal titlar inom flera genrer. Hennes senaste bok Standardmodellen (Weyler, 2018) är en roman om främlingskap, längtan och modern fysik. Granström är också verksam som kulturskribent, och medverkar regelbundet i Expressen och Svenska Dagbladet.

Helge Sten

Based in Oslo, Norway, composer Helge Sten has been crafting this music since the early 90s, a deeply atmospheric, grainy minimalism that slows time down and explores the very particles of sound itself.
Helge is a founder member of Norwegian improvising group Supersilent and has produced records by Motorpsycho, Susanna, Jenny Hval, Arve Henriksen and others. In 1998, alongside Biosphere, he electronically transformed the music of Norway’s leading contemporary composer, Arne Nordheim. More recently he composed music for Harry Partch’s legendary invented instruments for the Cologne based Ensemble Musikfabrik.

Ida Rödén

Born in 1981, Swedish artist Ida Rödén hold a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Umeå Konsthögskola, a master’s degree in fine arts from California College of the Arts in San Francisco, as well as a master’s degree in the history of art from Stockholm University. She is the recipient of a 2014 one-year working grant from the Swedish Art Grants Committee and her work has been shown nationally and internationally including venues such as Liljevalchs Konsthall in Stockholm, Bildmuseet in Umeå, Sundsvalls Konstmuseum, OpenART in Örebro, NordArt in Büdelsdorf, Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen, The FILE Electronic Language International Festival in Sao Paolo, Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle, and Southern Exposure as well as the Wattis Institute in San Francisco. She lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.

Jan Körbes

Jan Körbes is an architect at REFUNC architecture laboratory and an experimental method that deals with the function, perception and meaning of (unused) components, material and resources. From linear over circular to functional concepts of the future.

Javid Afsari Rad Ensemble

Javid Afsari Rad (b. 1965), plays a number of instruments, the Persian santur being his main instrument. He has lived in Norway since 1986 and comes originally from Iran, where he studied classical Persian music. Javid is also a composer and is artistic director of the ensembles ComboNations, Rumi Ensemble and Norwegian World Orchestra. The music he composes is strongly inspired by the Persian tradition he studied in Iran, but also by his study of Western classical music in Norway. He has toured throughout much of the world and has composed a number of commissioned works, including one for the Norwegian Radio Orchestra in 2006. In 2008 Javid was named the Municipality of Oslo “Artist of the Year”. One of his main projects is to create new and exciting musical expression through the fusion of diverse musical traditions. His groups feature musicians from, among other countries, Iran, India, Morocco, Ivory Coast and Senegal.

Jorge Alcaide

Jorge Alcaide är en mångsidig konstnär, han har arbetet med olika musikgrupper som Amanda, Quarttango, sitt egna projekt Cerro Esperanza Band och numera med Lecheburre.  Han har skrivit musik till ett tjugotal teater och dansföreställningar, bl.a. för Backa Teater och Borås Stadsteater. Som gitarrist har han den latinamerikanska musiken och den klassiska spanska gitarren som grund. Mest aktuellt är den nystartade orkestern GAO som förenar musiker från olika traditioner och som Jorge är konstnärlig ledare för.

Kathryn Strong Hansen

Kathryn Strong Hansen holds a Ph.D. in literature from the University of Southern California and her current research focuses on the benefits of literature in scientific and technical education.

Kerstin Hamilton

Kerstin Hamilton is a photography-based visual artist living in Gothenburg. Her research project "Exploring Experimental Documentary" will be developed as part of the PhD program at the Valand Academy. Hamilton is interested in how materialities and processes can be caught using a camera, exploring the photographer’s reach both physically and ethically. The research is carried out using a method of field work and interdisciplinary collaborations with natural scientists in the field of nano technology

Lena Einhorn

Lena Einhorn started her career as a doctor, with a Ph.D. in virology and tumour biology from Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. Since 1989 she has been active as a writer, filmer and director. Her latest novel Madeleine F., released in 2016, was reviewed as ”exciting as a psychological thriller”. In the novel Ninas resa, she has told the story of her mother, one of the last to leave the Warzaw ghetto alive. The novel was awarded the August prize. Ninas resa also became a film, which was awarded with two Guldbagge awards for best picture, and best manuscript. Her latest book Geniet från Breslau was released in august of 2018.

Luc Willekens

Luc Willekens studied Medicine at Radboud University, Nijmegen, and worked as a family doctor. As director of a locum organization in Amsterdam (WHAM) for general practitioners contributed to further professionalization of their specialism. Lecturer and coordinator of education on medical skills at the University of Amsterdam. Studied architecture at TU Delft, faculty of architecture. Works as Independent architect at his own office, OOMarchitects, in Amsterdam. Lecturer and tutor at TU Delft, department of Architecture. Organized and designed architectural objects and folies for several multidisciplinary projects on architecture, theatre, dance and autonomous arts for Ontwerpers A’dam, office for architecture. Coordinator of a master project on expressing the narrative of literature and films in architecture. Connecting the writing of poems with the description of the participating research he is doing for his PhD thesis on out-patient healthcare facilities.

Marco Ambrosini

Marco Ambrosini was born in 1964 in Forlì (Italy). After studying violin and composition, he devoted himself to the nyckelharpa, which he discovered in a museum in Trondheim,Norway in the late 1980s. He is considered one of the pioneers of the nyckelharpa outside Scandinavia and one of the first to trace this instrument back from Swedish folk music to early and to contemporary music.He teaches at several conservatoires in Europe.He has recorded more than 160 CDs and over the last 10 years has been released almost exclusively by Sony Classical/Deutsche Harmonia Mundi and ECM.

Martin Cederwall

Mattias Marklund

Mattias Marklund is a Head of the Division of Theoretical Physics at Chalmers University of Technology.

Mats Rosengren

Mats Rosengren is Professor of Rhetoric at Södertörn University in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a member of The National Research School in Design, member of the editorial board of Glänta and President of the Swedish Ernst Cassirer Society. His main interests are the theory and history of rhetoric, epistemology, theory of science, French philosophy, Cave art and artistic research.

Michael Eriksson

Michael Eriksson: Project leader for the AHA!festival. Eriksson has a research interest in artistic Interventions and today work as strategic management support at Chalmers.

Njurmännen & UKON

Njurmännen are the industrial synth minimalists from Linköping who after their start in 1983 has gained cult status. In conjunction with the magazine OEI in 2006 wanting to make a sound art edition in the form of a CD, a collaboration was started with the poet and psychoanalyst Ulf Karl Olov Nilsson, alias UKON. This meant an artistic reawakening, and together UKON and Njurmännen has done several performances and recordings alternating experimental sound collages with UKON’s characteristic catalogue poetry. Since a few years the original member Anders Göransson, alias Skuggan, is back in the band and the group has now started alternating UKON’s lyrics with new versions of old creations through which they meet both a new and an old audience.

Olga Bachila

Olga has triple academic degree in business and entrepreneurship with many years of experience in management positions. However her heart has always been longing towards painting. Passion for art became a lifebuoy for Olga when at some point, a couple of years ago, she found herself nearly burning out. That whole experience became a motivation for Olga to develop a methodology and, later on, the whole course called ARTMEDITATION. The mission of the course is to help others to rediscover their flow in life and open theirs hearts again through practicing expressive art www.artmeditation.se

Oliver Chanarin

Oliver Chanarin (born 1971) is an artist living and working in London. Together with Adam Broomberg they have had numerous international exhibitions. Their work is represented in major public and private collections. They were awarded the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize for their book War Primer 2, described as a "book that physically inhabits the pages of Bertolt Brecht's remarkable 1955 publication War Primer." They were awarded the International Center of Photography Infinity Award for their publication, Holy Bible.

Peter Apell

Peter Apell is a head of Applied Physics Department, Chalmers University of Technology.

Peter Christensson

Peter Christensson: Project leader for the AHA!festival and sculpturer. Christensson is lecturer in Architecture and Engineering, at the department of archtecture and civil engineering.

Peter Ljungstrand

Peter Ljungstrand is Studio Director and Senior Researcher at Interactive Institute Göteborg.

Per-Olof Nilsson

Professor Per-Olof Nilsson at the Department of Physics at Chalmers University of Technology is well-known for his skills in communicating science to the public in an accessible, creative and passionate way.

Martin Skimutis, Christian Bjärgö 

Martin Skimutis and Christian Bjärgö are two artists from the high coast region in the north of Sweden, active in Gothenburg. Outside of this particular medium, Martin works with scenography and games, Christian works as a sculptor and illustrator. They have been friends since their early teens but have worked together with this medium for the last three years. This is the fourth collaboration they have together.

Ståle Storløkken 

Ståle Storløkken (born 22 February 1969 in Dombås, Norway) is a Norwegian jazz musician (keyboards, organ and piano) and composer, known from co-operations with artists like Terje Rypdal, BigBang, Supersilent and Motorpsycho. 

Stefan Bengtsson

Stefan Bengtsson: President and CEO of Chalmers since August 2015. Bengtsson is professor of solid-state electronics, with a research interest in micro- and nano-electronics, primarily silicon-based materials and devices.

Supersilent

Supersilent is a Norwegian avant-garde-improvisational music group formed at Nattjazz in Bergen in 1997 when the trio Veslefrekk was asked to play with Deathprod. The meeting of experimental jazz groups with Helge Sten's rumbling drones and noise was so successful that the quartet Supersilent appeared. That same year, their triple debut album 1-3 was released as the first release on the record label Rune Grammofon. The band attracted attention with their aggressive combination of improvised jazz, frirock and noise blowouts. They are known for making only improvised music and for the distinctive uniformity of their album covers.

Tobias Granmo

Tobias Granmo: Violinist, chamber musician and teacher. Granmo teaches violin and chamber music and is responsible for chamber music, at Academy of Muci and Drama at Gothenburg University.

Torbjörn Lundh

Torbjörn Lundh har en utbildning från Uppsala i Teknisk fysik och en forskarutbildning i ren matematik, efter detta gjorde han tre postdocs vid Cambridge, NY och Institut Mittag-Leffler och blev efter hand allt mer involverad i biomatematik. Han har bland annat arbetat tillsammans med kärlkirurger både på Sahlgrenska och i Stanford med nya medicintekniska uppfinningar. Denna termin är han tillbaka på Institut Mittag-Leffler där hela terminen är ägnad åt biomatematik.

Torbjörn Vestberg

Torbjörn Vestber är doktorand på institutionen för klinisk neurovetenskap på Karolinska Institutet. Han har arbetat 6 år i Kina med chefsrekrytering och medarbetarutveckling. Just nu är han aktuell med boken Hjärnboll (Natur & Kultur).

Trio el Gancho

Mukryan Abubakr is one of Sweden’s most talented improvisers within the Oriental music. He’s constantly touring in Canada and the Middle east with different orchestras. During the autumn he was the soloist and backed up by Norrköping’s Symphony Orchestra. With ten years of music university education behind him (five in Iraq and five more in Stockholm) he recently finished his master degree at the Royal College of Music in Sweden.
Jonathan Bondesson belongs to the new generation of nordic flamenco guitar players. He has played together with recognised flamenco dancers and Sweden’s best singers such as Ricardo Rubio, Josefine Chiacchiero, Eva Milich, Marianne Holmboe, Giraldo Åkerberg and Ellen Pontara. He’ve got an exam at the master program at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and the well known flamenco school in Spain, Foundation Cristina Hereen where he studies over a year and a half.
Kim Persson has been brought to attention for his stunning project The Master and Kim where he combine theater with music with his own compositions and screenplays. He plays many different flutes and are one of few who’ve mastered the recorder in the Swedish folk tradition. Kim’s also engaged in his last trimester at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm at master level. Newly acclaimed as “Young Soloist” of the year at Art of Scenery in Sörmland.

Vi Nguyen

Vietnamese-Australian (i.e. Australian born with Vietnamese heritage) living Sweden, Vi is an adventurer with an insatiable curiosity about life. She fell in love with Gothenburg in 2016 on first sight. Her heart, her body, her mind told her this is home and something big is waiting for her here. Finding the courage to follow her instinct, her intuition, her sixth sense, she packed up her life in Australia to embark on a journey to explore what this was. After 15 months, she has an inspiring vision of her life in Sweden, is a Business Designer and Agile Coach and lives a life that oozes with passion, is rich in purpose and full of happiness.

Yvette Gustafsson

Yvette Gustafsson is a comic book artist focused on adventure comics and science based comics. She makes the comic ”Infosfären” for Populär Astronomi, where she writes about space related facts and her comics can also be seen at Universeum in the space exhibition there. She also makes the adventurous comic Zak & Ting, previously published in the comic magazine Nemi.

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ABOUT THE AHA FESTIVAL

The AHA festival explores encounters between investigates the meeting between art and science during in a three-day event at the Chalmers University of Technology hosted by the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and the Department of Physics. It is an international festival intending intended to provide a stage for enlightening and surprising experiences, staging surprises, new thoughts and displaced perspectives that lead to alternative modes of thinking about exploring the world through art and science. We invite scientists (physicists, historians, astronomers, engineers), artists (dancers, musicians, painters, poets, acrobats) who reside in these borderlands and wish to share their vision and work.



HISTORY

The relation between science and art has become more complex, but is just as important to attend to. Their meeting is still that of theory and practice, but also something more: a meeting of causal connections and meaningful coherences, of given conditions and unsuspected possibilities, of the order of things and our own place within it.

Today, ”science” no longer refers to systematic knowledge, but rather to a highly professionalised, specialised and often technically advanced activity intended for the production of empirically secure facts. Similarly, ”art” is no longer a methodical ability, but rather a complex and autonomous activity comparable to science: the creation of images, sounds, and other forms of sensuous experience with a most immediate effect. Forms that grab hold, shake up, leave us at a loss. Experiences that make us question ourselves and the world around us.

By bringing together science and art, architecture has provided an ideal playing field for such a confrontation for the first two festival in 2014 and 2015. In 2014, October 21–23, the first festival investigated the theme ‘embodiment.’ In 2015, November 2-4 the festival explored numbers, an underlying element in our lives. In year 2016 the festival was a joint voyage between the Departments of Architecture and Department of Physics to explore the theme ‘uni-verse,’ the fabric of life. All festivals offer three days of seminars, workshops, conversations, exhibitions, concerts, performances, and mingles, through thought-provoking experiences, hands-on surprises, itinerant perspectives, and savoury ideas. The festival welcomes students and researchers from all universities, and the general public, to turn the searchlight onto the relation between two different– but equally important – human activities; ’Science and art.’


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