STEAM Imaging – An Experimental Artist Residency

 

The Institute’s residency program STEAM Imaging allows artists, creative thinkers, and creators to engage in intensive exchange with Fraunhofer MEVIS scientists to examine jointly current methods, developments, and research results critically.

STEAM Imaging offers an experimental framework for reflection on current research, and artwork production, focusing on education and science engagement. A key component of the program is the shared STEAM encounter in workshops and events with school students and, in STEAM Imaging IV, their friends & family. The art and research alliance enables prospective university students to approach scientific and technical topics from a new and unexpected perspective and encourages them to engage with science, technology, and art in a self-determined, creative way. In addition, the program allows researchers to reflect on the broader social dimensions of their work. The roles of the artists, creative thinkers, creators and scientists within the residency range from consultants to co-creators to research partners to STEAM teacher.
 

Residency #5: Fiona Smith (GB-SCT), 2023

Residency #4: Zeynep Abes (TR), 2021

More about »Moments Within«, the artistic outcome of the residency.

Residency #3: Eli Joteva (BG), 2020  

More about »IntraBeing«, the artistic outcome of the residency.

Residency #2: Jake Tan (SG), Ernest Wu (SG), 2019

Residency #1: Yen Tzu Chang (TW), 2017

More about »Whose Scalpel«, the artistic outcome of the residency.

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