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The WANDlabor Project

A unique collaboration between the Alanus University and ImmunoSensation comes to its grand finale.

The WANDlabor project represents the collaboration between Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences and the Excellence Cluster ImmunoSensation, bringing together the art and science in an innovative and inspiring way. This initiative, part of the art@immunosensation program, aims to explore the intersections of artistic expression and scientific research, fostering a dialogue that transcends traditional disciplinary boundaries.

Merging Art and Science

At the core of the WANDlabor project is the belief that art and science are not mutually exclusive domains but complementary fields that can enrich each other. The project seeks to create a platform where artists and scientists can collaborate, share ideas, and inspire one another. By doing so, it opens up new avenues for creativity and innovation, allowing for unique interpretations and representations of scientific concepts.

The collaboration with the Alanus University

The Alanus University, known for its emphasis on the integration of arts and humanities, plays a pivotal role in the WANDlabor project. The university's commitment to interdisciplinary education and its vibrant artistic community provide the perfect environment for fostering such a collaborative initiative. Students and faculty from the university are actively involved in the project, contributing their artistic skills and perspectives to the scientific research being conducted. By partnering with Alanus University, ImmunoSensation aims to broaden the impact of its research, making it accessible and engaging to a wider audience. The collaboration allows scientists to communicate their work through various artistic mediums, transforming complex scientific data into visually compelling and thought-provoking art pieces.

art@immunosensation: Bridging the Gap

Starting in March 2022, the art@immunosensation initiative, under which the WANDlabor project operates, is dedicated to bridging the gap between science and the public through art. It organizes exhibitions, workshops, and events that showcase the collaborative works produced by artists and scientists. These events not only highlight the beauty and complexity of scientific research but also encourage public engagement and understanding of scientific concepts. At June 25th we will celebrate finalizing the project with a small ceremony. More information can be found in our event calendar.

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ImmunoSensation speaker Prof. Gunther Hartmann making the first strokes for the project WANDlabor in the BMZII at the UKB back in 2022.

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