Dutch Science Talks lecture in Moscow. Landscapes of Future: How We Can Merge Technologies, Art and Space
Strelka Institute, Courtyard
Bersenevskaya Embankment 14, bld. 5A
About the lectureTrying to get more attention to the ecological crisis in the world, Daan Roosegarde, a Dutch artist and innovator, creates projects that combine art and technologies. Internationally acclaimed works include WATERLICHT (a virtual flood showing the power of water), SMOG FREE PROJECT (the world's first largest outdoor air purifier which turns smog into jewellery), SMART HIGHWAY (roads that charge throughout the day and glow at night) and the recent SPACE WASTE LAB (visualising and upcycling 29 000 items of space waste). During his lecture, Daan will be telling about architecture of future, about what "Schoonheid" is to him (a Dutch word with two meanings: 'beauty', that comes from creativity; and 'clean', that comes from clean air and clean energy) and how this principle helps him in his work.About the speakerDaan Roosegarde is a Dutch artist and innovator, a speculative architect. He founded Studio Roosegaarde. Together with his team, Daan creates models for the cities of future, studies relationships between people, technologies and space. For his works, he is internationally acknowledged with London Design Innovation Medal, China’s Most Successful Design Award, and many more. His works and projects were exhibited in Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Netherlands, in Tate Modern in London, UK, Tokyo National Museum in Japan, and other globally famous venues.Alumni are very welcome to join the lecture!Please register on our website, where you can also learn a little more about the lecture and the speaker.