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This event last occurred April 26, 2017
Come experiment with us as we discover what can happen when artists and scientists come together to create something new.
See: Contemporary movement, dance and theater
What happens when a molecular virologist, an evolutionary biologist and a hip-hop dancer visit a laboratory? We’ll find out when dance legend Liz Lerman, choreographer and MacArthur Fellow, brings her students and her craft out into the open at the Biodesign Institute.
Lerman is leading the dance collaboration, engaging tools of movement, performance and media with the students in her “Animating Research” class.
“When we think about the role of the artist in society, a central theme of Liz’s work at ASU will focus on equity, inclusion and the need to embrace and advance all creative voices in America.” — Stephen J. Tepper, dean, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Hear: Alzheimer’s and a ‘symphony’ of the brain
Hear what happens when two graduate music composition students spend time with neuroscientists, studying Alzheimer’s and the neurological effects of aging. Have you ever wondered what Alzheimer’s “sounds” like? Would you like to know more about the important rhythm between patient and caregiver? Here’s an opportunity to experience Alzheimer’s in a unique way.
Composers: Stephen Mitton and Zachary Bush, ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Design and Arts Corps
Scientists: Diego Mastroeni and Paul Coleman, ASU Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center at the Biodesign Institute