CREATIVE PRODUCER | SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATION | PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT | EXHIBIT DESIGN

A passionate leader with 15+ years’ success driving the creative production and development of content and formats for science and technology communication for companies, universities, and research institutions with audiences in Europe, Asia, and the US.

Designing and realizing projects for science and tech communication and public engagement — making the implications for society understandable — building bridges between participants, institutions, organizations, companies, and stakeholders — considering their aims and values — ignite trans-disciplinary conversation, cooperation, and co-creation that inspire engagement, learning, and knowledge transfer.

 

 

Recent References 

Interviews

Patient Bonsai - Interview about the value of art, science, transdisciplinary experieneces and the artwork In Vivo.

 

Quantum Logos – An artistic Approach to Quantum Physics | Ars Electronica Blog

STEAM Imaging: When Art, Science and the Next Generation Converge

STEAM Imaging: An Experiment in Art & Science

 Awards

Industry Award for Best Infographic, Raw Science Film Festival 2019, CA, USA - creative producer of the short film “Digital Medicine, Arts, and STEAM: BEFORE US LIES ETERNERDY.”

 

Industry Award for Best Immersive Media, Raw Science Film Festival 2018, CA, USA - creative producer of the short film “Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis.” In addition, the web-based STEAM application Inside Insight I created with my colleagues Sabrina Haase and Alexander Köhn, was among the finalists in the category Best Educational Media.

The short film Beauty of Blood Flow Analysis” was nominated at the 12th Fulldome Festival in Jena, Germany, May 2018.

Talks, Poster & Panel Discussions

New Pathways in Communicating QuantumTechnology. Statement for the discussion at the networking event Entanglement Ongoing after the screening of the interactive artwork Quantum Logos at the Ars Electronica Festival 2019.

From STEM to STEAM – how and why Fraunhofer MEVIS injected STEAM. Guest-lecture at Stanford Department of Electrical Engineering January 31, 2019 by Bianka Hofmann within the EE376A Information Theory course.

Science + Art = The Next Generation of Researchers? Workshop by Bianka Hofmann and Sabrina Haase at the intersection of art, science, technology, media, and entertainment at the Raw Science Film Festival January 7, 2018, CA.

Flesh and Voxel: Making Sense of Medical Images | STEM to STEAM | UCLA, by Bianka Hofmann, Sabrina Haase and Alexander Köhn, January 8, 2018.

Poster at The Workshop AESTHETICS get SYNTHETIC: KLAS Knowledge Link Through Art & Science, November 27, 2017, Potsdam.

Dialog-oriented Sci-Comm: From "STEAM Imaging" to "Whose Scalpel" - An Artist-in-Residency including pupils. From the perspective of the scientific organization. Conference Talk and Panel Discussion at Ars Electronica 2017 - Symposium II - European Digital Art and Science Network: by Bianka Hofmann and Sabrina Haase within the panel Art and Science Residencies - Just a "Fly-by" or really a "Rendezvous"?

Scientific Publications and Articles

B. Hofmann. Linking Science and Technology with Arts and the Next Generation – The Experimental Artist Residency “STEAM Imaging.” MIT Press Journal Leonardo doi:10.1162/leon_a_01792

B. Hofmann, S. Haase, D. Black. STEAM Imaging: A Pupils’ Workshop Experiment in Computer Science, Physics, and Sound Art. SCIART MAGAZINE Special Topics August 2017: STEAM, 1. August 2017.

Book chapter based on interviews


The project is presented (based on an interview with me) in The Practice of Art & Science, The European Digital Art and Science Network (Hatje Cantz, 2017), pp. 50 – 55.

Our experimental artist-in-residency project "STEAM Imaging" is discussed (based on interviews with me, the artists Yen Tzu Chang, and Sabrina Haase) in the book Creating ArtScience Collaboration – Bringing Value to Organizations, by Claudia Schnugg.

 

 

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