Science + design + art are no longer domains to be explored in isolation, but together, in the hopes of creating disruptive innovations.
Since 2015, INL has been fostering a multidisciplinary and hybrid approach between science, technology and arts to creatively innovate in nanotechnology.
This programme promotes sustainable collaboration between artists and scientists of all disciplines from around the world. These cross-border collaborations provide scientists and artists with an opportunity to critically engage with the sciences and their experimental and aesthetic dimensions. This includes explorations of the site of the laboratory, as well as a range of scientific topics, methods and technologies.
about the social, cultural and ethical impact of nanotechnology on media arts.
and digital objects based on nanotechnology leading to original experiences and unexpected products, processes and services.
between INL and other organizations and initiatives within the scope of science and media arts.
to research and technological development fostering competitiveness based in knowledge and creativity.