What drives research in science and in art? Is it curiosity? Uncertainty? Creativity? Perseverance? How are making art and doing science ...
What drives research in science and in art? Is it curiosity? Uncertainty? Creativity? Perseverance? How are making art and doing science similar? In “Far From Equilibrium,” a choreographer, a composer, and a physicist work with artists and engineers to explore these questions. We start by exploring the concept of turbulence — a chaotic and mysterious twisting and stretching of fluid — with a thrilling modern dance accompanied by a live clarinet quartet. Then we immerse you, our audience, in an interactive research environment and invite you to carry out your own exploration. Ask your own questions about the double pendulum, generate your own turbulent flow, improvise your own turbulence dance, or write your own musical composition! Come see Far From Equilibrium in Chicago on June 24, 25, 26 at LInks Hall or on July 8,10 and 24 at 12th Street Beach. Find out more on our project website: http://epsilondeltalabs.org/far-from-equilibrium/