Presented by Los Alamos National Labs & Sandia National Laboratories/Lockheed Martin Foundation.
Fundamental to the Scientists/Artists Research Collaborations (SARC) is the precept that science-art collaborations should be of mutual benefit to the furtherance of both the arts and the sciences, and to their positive implications for society. SARC is initiating a pilot series of professional artists’ collaborations with Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories research teams. Santa Fe Institute (SFI) has invited the artists and Lab collaborators for working group presentations, discussions and interactions with SFI scientists. The Bradbury Museum, and other partners are providing public presentation and discussion opportunities. Additional artists and scientists are being invited to be part of an expanding SARC Pool. The start-up projects and interactions resulting from these inaugural SARC collaborations pave the way for an ongoing program that is planned to result in new research, exhibitions, and publications. SARC has been initiated in partnership with 516 ARTS for ISEA2012, and is currently funded in part by Los Alamos National Labs/New Mexico Consortium, and Sandia National Laboratories/Lockheed Martin Foundation.
- Todd Ingalls is a media composer who works with interactive performance and experiential media systems. He is currently Professor of Research and Assistant Director of the School of Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University, USA. isearch.asu.edu/profile/104081
- Francesca Samsel, USA, printmaker, mural painter and E.Y.E. member. francescasamsel.com
- Ruth West, Professor, xREZ Art + Science Lab, College of Visual Arts & Design, University of North Texas. viewingspace.com
- William Wilson, Native Citizenship: Navajo, Location: Santa Fe, N.M., USA willwilson.photoshelter.com
- Adrianne Wortzel, THE GRADUATE CENTER, CUNY, NY, USA, Faculty Member: Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program for PhD candidates in any discipline. adriannewortzel.com