Conversations on Art & Science
Sat 16 March, 2024-Sun 17 March, 2024
Queensland Museum Kurilpa

Created by: WSFB's Art/Science Program From: 16-17 March

An evolution of the popular Curiocity Brisbane, WSFB presents the Art/Science program in 2024. WSFB features artworks on a larger, engaging scale, with links into Visual Arts, STEM, Science and Digital Technology, along with a program of in-conversations to dive deeper into the development and curation of the works.

The following events are part of the WSFB Conversations on Art & Science series

Conversations on Art & Science: Art + Activism: Caring for Country

Join us for an engaging panel conversation that explores the powerful intersection of art, culture and environmental activism.

Conversations on Art & Science: Art and Agency in Systems Science

Artists Karina Smigla-Bobinski and Briony Barr delve into the systems, programming and agency in their respective WSFB artworks, ADA and Drawing on Complexity in conversation with curator Lucy Quinn.

Conversations on Art & Science: Meet Your Digital Doppelganger

Dive deep into the creative potentials and social and ethical dilemmas of AI-driven digital doppelgangers with WSFB’s panel of artists and provocateurs, including Svenja Kratz and Bill Hart.

Conversations on Art & Science: Tectonic Resonance Conversation

Architecture, art and design duo Snooks+Harper discuss the geological formations and inspirations informing their work. Learn how their exploration of innovative 3D printing and AI manufacturing processes influenced their WSFB artwork, Tectonic Resonance.

Conversations on Art & Science: Subterranean Sonics

Co-artist of artwork Tectonic Resonance, Philip Samartzis presents his geophonic recordings live for audiences. Fellow sound artist, academic and curator Leah Barclay joins a discussion about Philip’s fieldwork as well as the impacts of climate change.


Sat 16 March, 2024 - Sun 17 March, 2024


1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Queensland Museum Kurilpa

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