CLOT Magazine on the Outcome of our Residency Project STEAM Imaging: Yen Tzu Chang’s Whose Scalpel
"(...), as tech becomes increasingly more integral to humanity, there is a slew of new interactions that arise as communication changes with the technological world. Collaboration is ever-important as the intersections of science, anthropology, culture, and art multiple. This is one of the many prospects investigated by the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) Imaging artist-in-residence project at the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing MEVIS in Bremen, Germany. STEAM Imaging was designed by the science communicator Bianka Hofmann and jointly hosted by Fraunhofer MEVIS and Ars Electronica, In 2017 the pilot project was carried out with the mathematician Sabrina Haase and Yen Tzu Chang as the resident artist. The endeavour aims to foster engagement with and ownership of new tech and to encourage society’s participation in the burgeoning STEM world"
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