Renaissance 3.0


Posted on March 30, 2023 at 16:09 PM

The interplay of (media) art and science has been our daily bread for years. The Karlsruhe Centre for Art and Media (ZKM) has now dedicated a brilliant exhibition and a high-calibre symposium to this complex, which of course we did not want to miss.

Not only our clients from the life science industry, but also current political phenomena such as conspiracy narratives and filter bubbles regularly confront us with the question of how we, as media professionals, can ensure more permeability between increasingly complex sciences and its increasingly polarising public perception. At the Karlsruhe symposium, we found exchange and stimulation on a sometimes astonishing level. The exhibition "Renaissance 3.0" will run until the beginning of 2024 and is definitely worth a visit.

In: Allgemein

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