Interview with Claudia Schnugg

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Dr. Claudia Schnugg is artscience scholar and curator. She holds a PhD in social and economic sciences with an additional focus on cultural sciences and media arts. Her ongoing practice in the field of art and science is twofold: as scholar she is researching artscience collaborations, investigating effects and impact of such art-science exchange on actors, organizations involved and the relevance of the outcome. Thereby, she is also exploring new ways of employing artistic strategic strategies in scientific research. For example, she is currently principal investigator of the Digital-Sensemaking project at Johannes Kepler University Linz and is engaged in several international research projects.

As a curator, she works with artscience processes, projects, and programs, but also develops exhibitions at the intersection of art and science. Currently, she is curating and consulting artist-in-residence programs and artscience projects at European Space Agency/ESTEC, Institute of Stem Cells and Epigenetics at Helmholtz Center Munich, Science Gallery Berlin, and the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.

Most recently she was guest curator of “Cosmos Archaeology” at the EPFL Pavilions in Lausanne, Switzerland, and she is co-curator of Resonances IV “Naturarchy” of the SciArt Project at the JRC in Ispra. Her most recent book is Creating Art Science Collaborations (2019), published by Palgrave Macmillan.

More: www.claudiaschnugg.com

 

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