This is a new international artist-in-residence programme from the Goethe-Institut, exploring emerging quantum technologies through the lens of art. The residency programme and accompanying event series will examine important ethical and ecological questions around the impact of quantum technologies. The programme will connect artists and audiences with partners in technology, culture, science and education to foster an open dialogue on the topic of quantum technologies and the arts.
Studio Quantum builds on the success of the “Living in a Quantum State” project, which through events in Dublin, Berlin, London, Beijing and San Francsico, engaged audiences in conversations around the future impact of quantum technologies.
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Project Lead Studio Quantum
IRELAND / GERMANY
Director Goethe-Institut Irland
Previous Project Interns
Bianca Othmann, Goethe-Institut Irland
Marlene Klann, Goethe-Institut Irland
Dr. Nadine Siegert
Director Goethe-Institut Nigeria
SAN FRANCISCONoemie Njangiru
Director Goethe-Institut San Francisco
Head of Information Services Northwestern Europe, Goethe-Institut London
Project Lead "Living in a Quantum State" (2022)
Living in a Quantum State 2022
In 2022 “Living in a Quantum State” invited audiences around the world to examine important ethical and ecological questions about quantum computing.
At hybrid events in Berlin, Dublin, London, San Francisco and Beijing this project by the Goethe-Institut explored the role of civil society in regulating emerging technologies. How may the arts help us to communicate and understand these major scientific advances?
This website offers a wide array of articles, videos, and expert recommendations on this topic, highlighting the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to the field of quantum technologies.
The new residency programme “Studio Quantum” is building on this wide network of scientists and experts to foster a global dialogue about quantum technologies through the lens of art.