Join accomplished researchers in physics and new media, Dr. Laura Marks and Dr. Monika Stachura, in a dialogue moderated by Sharad Khare (https://www.humanbiography.com/)

Inspired by the Indivisible exhibition at New Media Gallery, which brings together Arts at CERN residents and other artists working in the scientific realm, the discussion will ponder ’the unseen processes constantly at work in the world around us’ and reveal further intersections of art and science introduced in the exhibition.

In dialogue with:

  • Sharad Khare: Moderator, Co-Founder of Human Biography
  • Dr. Monika Stachura: Senior Researcher at TRIUMF, Canada’s particle accelerator centre
  • Dr. Laura Marks: Academic, philosopher and scholar of new media and film at Simon Fraser University

After the dialogue, participants are invited to visit the Indivisible exhibition at New Media Gallery

Event Date: August 8, 2022
Venue: Anvil Theatre | 777 Columbia St, 3rd Floor
Event Schedule:
3:30 – 3:50 Welcomes and Introductions
4:00 – 5:00 Imagination Dialogue
5:00 – 6:00 Tour of Indivisible

Register in Advance. Seats are limited. This is an in-person event!

Click here to Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/indivisible-imagination-dialogue-tickets-390668157977
Learn more about Innovation Fest here: https://www.innovationfest.net/imagination-dialogue

In partnership with: Innovation FEST, New Media Gallery, Human Biography, CERN, Arts at CERN, TRIUMF, ISM Arts & Culture, Consulate General of Switzerland in Vancouver and the City of New Westminster.