The JRC SciArt project was established in January 2016, with the objective of triggering innovation in research and bring together science, art and society. Strongly influenced by the JRC mission of doing science in support of policy, it gives scientists, artists and policymakers the opportunity to meet and work together. They discuss, investigate and explore the wide intersecting plains between art and science, with a tension towards impacting our collectivities.
Yet, in the first instance, the project tries to create a safe haven to freely roam possible worlds, pursue impossible projects and to embrace failure.
As such, it is part of the ongoing innovation of the JRC as service to the European citizen.
Synocene team organises Citizen engagement workshop in Glengarriff Harbour and Natura 2000 site.
JRC SciArt joins the Leonardo LASER network as a host for future interdisciplinary, community building talks.
Conference by the Material | Art | Science | Environment | Research group of Bath Spa University on Indigenous performing arts activism on water and climate issues.
Resonances IV artist Kristin Bergaust presenting on Oslofjord Ecologies and Ocean Connections @ "META FORUM Sci-art your life!" in Timisoara (RO).
Towards a Science-engaged Society: How to Create Radical Change Together. Check out the Jury statement and winners of the European Union Prize for Citizen Science 2023.
Jemma Woolmore returned to the JRC Ispra between 03/08/2023 - 09/08/2023 to move forward with the production of her artwork.
Documentary of the solo exhibition by former JRC artist-in-residence, Siobhan McDonald.
JRC Report by artists Sonja Stummerer and Martin Hablesreiter.
Considering plants and the question of extinction by Janise Yntema