Sinergia 研究项目 | Sinergia Project

瑞士联邦理工学院 Sin Lab
Sinergia: Large Scale Research Project
Sin Lab, EPFL

吴珏辉加入 Sinergia大型研究项目:  艺术与科学对未来表演艺术的研究创新, 并于2013年在瑞士举行研究成果演示.

Sinergia 项目目标


a  舞台设置中的时间和空间的转换及其感知和体验;
b  媒介性作为舞台上的表现和实验的一个方面;
c 人机关系作为人类在受人工化,机械化, 虚拟化的人居环境中自我认知和表现的一个探索领域。舞台,在这里,可以被理解为一个研究内涵和表达之经验和概念的实验室。它是一个探索的空间和现时观察的场地,可以在此创建和表现未来的制造世界的可能性。

这项研究工作由一个新的以艺术为主体的实验室担任,其中包括一个戏剧学校黑匣子实验剧场 (La Manufacture), 及洛桑联邦理工大学的博士学位院系的合作。来自不同领域的博士生们将与洛桑联邦理工大学的其他实验室和机构(苏黎世艺术大学,慕尼黑大学, 清华大学)密切合作. 另包括外部研发人员和表演艺术家们。科研在这里不仅仅指科学的研究,而是基于一个更广的概念上,包括艺术的研究:以发掘和创新意识为目标的探索,亦或是理论性,实践性,审美性的。该项目的首席科学家是媒体X设计实验室的Jeffrey黄教授。该项目是由瑞士国家科学基金会提供资助。


UFO media lab participates in Sinergia: Towards an alliance between the Performing Arts and SciencesTASML will organize a demo session on research findings in Switzerland in the Spring 0f 2013.

Sinergia Project objectives
The project joins the disciplines of Performing Arts, Media Arts, Architecture, Design, Science and Technology with the aim of creating mutual inspirations that lead to new trajectories for both artistic expression as well as technological experimentation and development. The major focus of the project lies in the transformation of theatrical stage environments under the influences of modern technologies such as robotics, novel acoustic and light technologies, 3(+1)D, interactive design, brain-computer-interface, telematics, body tracking, social networks, etc. New possibilities of stage-conception and devices as well as strategies and ways of making for technical production/realizations will be elaborated and creatively implemented.

Research focus
The project work focuses mainly on three dimensions of research that will be investigated with regard to the concept and the realities of stage performance:
a) Transformation of time and space perception and experience within stage-settings;
b) Intermediality as a dimension for expression and experimentation on stage;
c) Man-machine relations as a field for the exploration of human self-understanding and exposition in living environments impacted by artifacts, mechanization and virtualization.

Stage, here, is understood as a laboratory for the experimentation on experience and concepts of meaning and expression. It is a space for exploration and a site for observing the present that allows to create and reflect future possibilities of world-making.

Research organization
The research is organized within a new, artistic-driven laboratory including a black-box situated at a theater school (La Manufacture) and in cooperation with doctoral schools of the EPFL. PhDs from different fields will be working in close collaboration with various EPFL Labs and partner institutions (ZHdK, LMU, Tsinghua University) as well as external researchers and artistis in the performing arts. Research here means not only scientific research but is based on a broader concept, including artistic research: exploration with the goal to produce knowledge, either theoretical, practical or aesthetic one. The principal investigator of this project is Prof. Jeffrey Huang from the Media x Design Lab. The project is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation.

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