What unexpected relationship do physics and the arts share? Find it out today (8 p.m) at the CGAC (Galician Center for Contemporary Art) during the conference “Physics in concert with the arts” by Ágnes Mócsy, Hungarian-American theoretical physicist, member of the APS Physics, visiting professor at the Department of Physics at Yale University and Professor at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, in New York.
Starting from the frequent art-science dichotomy, in this conference, which is part of the II IGFAE Science Week, Mocsy will explore the complex and sometimes unexpected relationship that physics and the arts share. An elaborate approach to this connection provides opportunities for news and richer narrative forms about science, as well as unconventional educational approaches.
Carlos Salgado, DIirector of IGFAE and Professor of the USC, and Santiago Olmo, Director of the CGAC, will present and moderate the debate.
From 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Free admission until the locations are completed.
Simultaneous translation of English.