Die PCST Konferenz 2018 in Neuseeland schnürte eine üppigen Strauß neuer Formate der Kommunikation von Wissenschaft mit Hilfe der Künste und Musik — im Folgenden ein paar Links mit Proben davon. Viel Vergnügen beim Ausprobieren — ENJOY!
The enchantment of music, poems, narratives, theatre, comedy, cabaret in science communication
Apply lyrics and rhymes of old protest songs to science
A paper on science and technology in the lyrics of popular Brazilian music:
“La ciencia y la música popular brasileña”. Moreira, Ildeu de Castro and Massarani, Luisa. [Spanish]
Some examples of the songs considered in the paper:
Quantum – Gilberto Gil:
Rosa de Hiroshima – Ney Matogrosso e Vinicius de Moraes:
O planeta movido a internet:
Aula de matemática – Tom Jobim e Marino Pinto:
A Capella Science:
Tom Lehrer’s „The Elements“
The NEW Periodic Table Song
The Drugs Song:
Science and Technology in Pop Music, 1970-1990
Using the arts evokes the emotional response which is so much more powerful than logic according to an article in Biophysical Letters:
Fairytale about a sci-curious prince searching for a princess, that covers astronomy, optics and photosynthesis, and ends with a song,
Science comedy about a virus walk into a bar
Tony the fish
The peer-reviewed rapper Baba Brinkman:
Joseph Le Doux’s The Amygdaloids Band
Songs and music videos about science, maths etc.
What science are you singing? A study of the science image in the mainstream music of Taiwan
Science in Music Videos
Use of humour in popular science articles:
CERN related arts:
YouQuarkMeUpYouQuarkMe Down, Surfing on the web, My Sweetheart is a Nobel Prize
Katie McAlpine’s Large Hadron Rap
Howie Day and his remake of COLLIDE with physics inspired lyrics
Theatre of Debate’s … making genetics understandable while never underestimating the knotty moral and emotional issues surrounding testing, screening and therapy.
Theatre of Debate consists of a live performance is followed by a facilitated, informed debate/dialogue in which the actors return in character and answer questions from the audience. Electronic voting is used before the performance and then throughout the debate following the performance. We also have created plays to be performed by young people
My work in Nepal https://www.jeewanjal.com/about-the-project was exploring how we might use the dialogic spaces within participatory arts as well as some of other powers permitted in the arts to make the tacit ‚visible‘, accommodate difference and reframe/disrupt how things are viewed.
And here is what participants felt about it https://www.jeewanjal.com/single-post/2016/08/13/Participant-Persectives
Learning Science Through Theater
‚I’m a climate scientist‘ song
Comma Niddy’s science through rap (https://www.youtube.com/user/comaniddy).
‚Science Communication through Poetry‘.
The Hot Globe – An anthology of science poems on climate change and global warming https://www.amazon.com/The-Hot-Globe-ebook/dp/B008J9DPWE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1342010651&sr=8-2&keywords=the+hot+globe
EU PERFORM, Participatory Engagement with Scientific and Technological Research through Performance, http://www.perform-research.eu/
Science tech, space, astronomy based poems