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Art and Design - Campus - 20.09.2023
Nina Mekacher new head of the Department of Conservation and Restoration
Art and Design - Event - 24.08.2023
Unique proximity to Ticino
Art and Design - 03.07.2023
Bringing Leonardo da Vinci's designs to life
STUDENT PROJECTS - Fourteen mechanical engineering students spent a semester getting inside the head of Leonardo da Vinci. Using his drawings from the 15th and 16th centuries, the teams built ingenious machines - altering the design in some cases - in order to better understand how they worked. The "Da Vinci Project," a concurrent engineering project devised by Prof. Pedro Reis, created a buzz of excitement among the three participating teams of final-year Bachelor's students.
Campus - Art and Design - 21.06.2023
Howling of wolves and housing shortage at the work show
Event - Art and Design - 07.06.2023
Data Alchemy: New exhibition on AI
Art and Design - 12.05.2023
When scientific research explores artistic questions
Computer Science - Art and Design - 19.04.2023
EU project: HSLU makes Munch’s "Scream" a virtual experience
Innovation - Art and Design - 03.04.2023
A year of perspectives on the future of cinema
Art and Design - Environment - 24.03.2023
Art and the power of daylight
Opening today, the new exhibition of EPFL Pavilions "Lighten Up! On Biology and Time" uses the lens of art to explore the connection of living organisms with the natural cycle of light and dark.
History / Archeology - Art and Design - 28.02.2023
Looted Cultural Heritage Objects from China
Art and Design - Computer Science - 13.12.2022
Can AI do art?
Art and Design - 30.11.2022
Art created by computers
Four students at ETH Zurich's Student Project House have launched "Generai", a platform that uses artificial intelligence to create works of art.
History / Archeology - Art and Design - 24.11.2022
Major archaeological discovery in Peru
We had met him at the beginning of the year so that he speaks to us about his archaeological excavations in Peru.
Environment - Art and Design - 09.11.2022
Unearthed - Art by permafrost
Environment - Art and Design - 30.08.2022
Investigation into the human perception of bird calls
Sound and music researchers at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts have investigated in an SNSF-funded project how humans perceive bird calls and how humans and birds interact sonically.
Art and Design - 04.08.2022
Teams up with RSI and Cinémathèque suisse to enhance the archives of the Locarno Festival
Art and Design - 05.07.2022
Locarno Film Festival, the contributions of the USI Chair for the future of cinema
Art and Design - 22.06.2022
The fascination of images
Images play an important role in science and science communication. They have always held a powerful appeal, but the means of producing them - and the notion of how they should reflect reality - continue to evolve over time.
Art and Design - Environment - 16.03.2022
EPFL announces four artists-in-residence
Politics - Art and Design - 09.03.2022
A new platform for the diplomacy of cultural heritage
Art and Design - 09.11.2021
Global Science Film Festival 2021: Shorts by researchers
Event - Art and Design - 01.11.2021
Nature’s Masterpieces on Display
Art and Design - Computer Science - 17.09.2021
When art and technology create authentic copies
From 17 September 2021, EPFL Pavilions will host an exceptional exhibition, "Deep Fakes: Art and Its Double".
Computer Science - Art and Design - 09.12.2020
ETH app brings the Graphische Sammlung’s artwork to life
The Graphische Sammlung opened a new exhibition on 9 December. What makes this latest exhibition special is its integration with an augmented reality app for mobile phones and tablets, which allows visitors to interact with the artwork on display.
Art and Design - Microtechnics - 04.12.2020
Art in Construction reflects on research
ETH Zurich supports art in construction, and, as part of a project competition, has selected art projects by Maya Rochat and Yves Netzhammer that take an innovative approach to reflecting on teaching and research in the two ETH buildings BSS and ML-FHK.
Art and Design - Innovation - 29.10.2020
USI and the Locarno Film Festival invite applications to become Locarno Film Festival Professor for the Future of Cinema and Audiovisual Arts
Art and Design - 15.09.2020
ArtLab to host four nights of open-air cinema
History / Archeology - Art and Design - 04.08.2020
"We want to create a narrative out of all the heterogeneous data"
Art and Design - 27.07.2020
USI and the Locarno Film Festival to create a joint professorship on the future of cinema and the visual arts
Art and Design - Architecture - 25.06.2020
Showcasing reuse principles at a tram depot and sculpture park
Students from EPFL's EAST laboratory have installed recycled lights and restrooms at the Bex & Arts sculpture triennial - set to run from 22 June to 18 October - and repurposed parts of a disused tram depot in Bern.
Event - Art and Design - 28.04.2020
Computer Science - Art and Design - 24.02.2020
Box office success thanks to artificial intelligence
Largo Films, an EPFL spin-off, unveiled its data-assisted movie-making software to producers and other movie-industry specialists today at the Berlin Film Festival.
Art and Design - Electroengineering - 18.12.2019
Honey, I shrunk Michelangelo’s David
Art and Design - Health - 08.11.2019
Leonardo da Vinci among arts and letters of the 20th Century
Art and Design - 04.05.2018
Discovering the essence of Le Corbusier in his apartment-studio
How should an iconic piece of modern architecture be restored? Two EPFL researchers took up this challenge, tracing the history of Le Corbusier's apartment-studio in Paris.
Event - Art and Design - 27.04.2018
Kung Fu Sets ArtLab in motion
The exhibition Kung Fu Motion: The Living Archive opens tomorrow, on Saturday April 28. It accompanies the integration of ArtLab into EPFL's College of Humanities and kicks off a stimulating series of fresh programs at the intersections of art/science.
Art and Design - 24.02.2016
Horizons magazine: research offensive from Asia
"Horizons" has been eavesdropping in China, South Korea and Saudi Arabia to learn how research growth in Asia has become a game changer on the international science scene. China has become one of the most prolific producers of research articles around the world, second only to the US. South Korea is bringing its industry giants and research institutions closer together to boost its "innovation economy".
Art and Design - Physics - 12.10.2015
Arts@CERN announces three new open calls and the arrival of new artists in residence
Art and Design - Innovation - 30.04.2015
Arts@CERN announces three winning artists and launches an open call
Geneva, 30 April 2015. Arts @ CERN, CERN 's official engagement with the arts, is today announcing three winning art projects from the different strands, Accelerate @ CERN and Collide @ CERN, as well as launching the international open call for Collide @ CERN in digital arts.
Astronomy / Space Science - Art and Design - 16.03.2015
CineGlobe returns for its fifth edition at CERN
Art and Design - Event - 18.06.2014
CERN announces first winners of the Accelerate@CERN arts programme
Art and Design - 30.04.2014
A hymn to nature
A selection of nature-inspired works of art by Basel-based artist Mireille Gros will go on display in ETH Zurich's Collection of Prints and Drawings from 7 May to 6 July.
Art and Design - Innovation - 13.03.2014
CERN to host 4th edition of the CineGlobe International Film Festival
Art and Design - 03.06.2013
CERN and Ars Electronica launch open call for the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN
Geneva/Linz, 3 June 2013. CERN and Ars Electronica 2 today launch an open call for artists working in the digital domain to apply for the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide @ CERN 3 .
Art and Design - 06.03.2012
3rd CinéGlobe international film festival at CERN
Art and Design - History / Archeology - 17.12.2009
Zurich - University of Zurich Die Malerei gilt als Inbegriff der Kunst. Wandteppiche und andere textile Kunstwerke werden dagegen als zweitrangig wahrgenommen und wenig erforscht.