ArtScienceConverged, the 24th Experiment of Le Laboratoire, opens on June 28 highlighting the frontier of human transportation, and World Frontiers Forum Pioneer and Harvard professor Jeffrey Schnapp's vision of a world where we coexist with robots in ways that complement and promote sustainable life on the planet. Glass artist Josh Simpson, whose work is inspired by the "beauty of the night sky and other astronomical phenomena. Physics, cosmology, and the workings of the universe, high temperature chemistry, powered flight and all things mechanical."
On Display throughout ArtScienceConverged
June 28 – September 31, 2017
ArtScienceConverged is the 24th experiment of Le Laboratoire, and a public introduction to the inaugural World Frontiers Forum, a global initiative aimed at sparking creative action around a sustainable and inclusive human future. The cultural exhibition blends the Lab's futurist experimentation with the culinary program of Café ArtScience. Artists, scientists, engineers, designers and other creators bring to the public performances, exhibitions, and conversations at 15 frontiers of tomorrow, ranging from biology to architecture, transportation and contemporary art. In the future of a sustainable human experience all frontiers merge.