UNM Biology 402/502 // UNM Art Studio 389/429/529 // UHON 402
Joseph Cook // Szu-Han Ho
Space for posting thoughts, ideas, references, resources, and works. The theme of our seminar and workshop series is "Morphology and Geographic Variation." With the natural history collection as our starting point, we'll hear from scientists, artists, designers, programmers, musicians, and more on place-based study. Part of AIM-UP, an NSF Research Coordination Network.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
CO-EV Workshop #3: Morphology and Evolution with Brian Conley
Brian Conley is at UNM this weekend, here to lead our third and final CO-EVOLUTION Workshop! We will be discussing themes of emergence and complexity in various systems--physical, biological, and chemical. On DAY 1, Luis Bettencourt (Santa Fe Institute) and Felisa Smith (UNM Bio) will join us in a discussion of finding patterns in complex living and non-living systems. We'll be delving into the collections to make our own observations about patterns. On DAY 2, we'll continue our museum investigation, and students will present their findings to the group. In the afternoon, we'll break into a Research Lab/Think Tank on the possibilities of artmaking based on these findings. We will be joined by a group of faculty and students from various disciplines, creating the possibility for generative dialogue.
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