Aboagora 2014 – Chaos and Cosmos – Programme

May 8, 2014 § Leave a comment

Programme

In Sibelius Museum
Location: Sibelius Museum, Piispankatu 17, 20500 Turku

Tuesday 12th August

I Big Data

9:00–9:30
Registration and Coffee
9:30–11:30
AGORA
Bengt Gustafsson: From Cosmos to Chaos
11:30–13:00
Lunch in Hus Lindman
13:00–15:00
Workshop 1 / Can We Explain Society with Big Data.
Jani Erola, Timo Koskimäki, Esa Mäkinen & Vili Lehdonvirta
15:00–15:30
Coffee
15:30–17:30
Workshop 2 / The fossilizing of knowledge:  ancient past, hyper-evolving present and far future.
Jan A. Zalasiewicz & Isto Huvila

Wednesday 13th August

II Micro and Macro Cosmos

9:00–10:00
Workshop 3 / The alignment of the stars or bacteria? Dramatized discussion of a medieval and modern doctor over the causes of the plague.
Pentti Huovinen & Reima Välimäki
10:00–10:30
Coffee
10:30–12:30
AGORA
Hannu Väisänen:  Creation under a curse.  Useful or useless?  How to demystify a creative process.
12:30–14:00
Lunch in Hus Lindman
14:00–15:30
Workshop 4 / Chaos to Cosmos: on Translating Kant.
Olli Koistinen and team & Leevi Lehto
15:30–16:00
Coffee
16:00–17:00
Workshop 5 / Poetic Scenes.
Esa Hirvonen, Juha Kulmala, Shahla Ezadi & Ali Rabiee

Thursday 14th August

III Chaos and Creation

9:00–9:30
Coffee
9:30–11:30
Workshop 6 / Ornament – Creating Cosmos out of Chaos
AmosLab introduces: Artist Jan-Erik Andersson and invited musicians Mats Lillhannus and Ulf Långbacka in collaboration with sound artist Dirk Huelstrunk and Florakören
11:30–13:00
Lunch in Hus Lindman
13:00–15:00
Workshop 7 / Before the Beginning: from Quantum Chaos to our Cosmos.
Jean-Luc Lehners & Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila
15:00–15:30
Coffee
15:30–17:30
AGORA
Peter Greenaway: The Cinema is Dead, Long Live the Cinema. Taming the Shrew of Chaos. Ordering the Frame & the Narrative.
17:30–18:00
Conclusion
18:15-20:15
Reception in Wine Restaurant E. Ekblom

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