Arts & Sciences
interactions bridging the arts and sciences fields, collaborations between artists and researchers or innovators, art-science and other interdisciplinary approaches.
New approaches for innovation, using participative methodologies : from Living Lab to Design Thinking, including Lean Startup, prototyping or hacking.
Culture & Society
Understanding cultural and social mutations, analyzing societal changes through culture, setting the arts, sciences and innovation at the heart of society’s stakes.
Are you more art-science, Art & Science, or Art-Science-Technologies? Unless you’re a Science-Society-Innovation kind of person? This blog gives a glimpse of these dynamics in France and in the world. You will read about collisions between contemporary art and scientific research, but also about innovation from interdisciplinary groups, Living Lab or new approaches for culture and public engagement. The blog is in French, so if you would like some articles translated, let us know !
Who we are
Arts & Sciences
Ex-Performer, contemporary theater director, or art-science coordinator, Laurène has experimented many méthodologies for transdisciplinary collaborations with contemporary artists. Independant today, she sometimes works with the Décalab agency for clients such as PSA or Paris Sciences et Lettres, organizing bioart conferences or frenetically mapping art-science initiatives worldwide.
Innovation, Sciences & Culture
With ten years of experience in the field of science centres and a strong taste for innovation, Didier built his career between the major French science centres and Ecsite – the European network of science centres and museums – before becoming independent. His obsession? Shaking up innovation through new approaches such as Living Lab or Lean Startup, art-science hybridation or design thinking.
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- new cultural and organizational models
- new means for leveraging engagement of specific audiences
- new programmes, spaces or third places
- new tools (such as digital or collaborative tools)