场所的文化催化剂是?艺术和科学

2022-06-24 16:12:53 47
所属专辑:Hassell Talks
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主播:Julian Gitsham,Hassell董事

嘉宾:Teresa Anderson教授,卓瑞尔河岸发现中心CEO

Tim O’Brien教授,曼彻斯特大学卓瑞尔河岸天文台和天体物理学副主任


英格兰最“闪亮”的音乐-科学-艺术-科技-文化节 —— Bluedot并不怎么重视类别这件事。


这只“异兽”充满好奇心,不断学习演化,吸引了全世界各个领域最有名一些人来这里表演、演讲、试验,和观众快乐地互动,而促使这一切发生的场所就是联合国教科文组织将其列入世界遗产名录的英格兰柴郡卓瑞尔河岸天文台(Jodrell Bank Observatory)和洛弗尔望远镜(Lovell Telescope)所在地,而Hassell和展览策划方Casson Mann一同设计了在同一片场地上的“第一道光”展馆及游客中心。


Bluedot文化科学艺术节旨在展示一个真实的世界 —— 在这里学习是不分学科的,解决问题的方式也不止一个来源。


大学开始探索bluedot的方式,将不同的专业学科汇集到一起,鼓励跨专业的思维方式,通过设计加上“wow”元素,打造更好的环境和体验。校园设计和学习体验的转变也将吸引更多更优秀的学生,从而协力解决全世界面临的大挑战。


Hassell教育和科学设计领域负责人Julian Gitsham,Bluedot的策划人Teresa Anderson教授以及曼彻斯特大学卓瑞尔河岸的Tim O’Brien教授一起来谈谈大学校园的未来可能再合适不过了。


在本期的《Hassell说》博客节目中,Tim、Teresa和Julian将探索设计在教育领域促使跨学科思考的角色及其重要性、依据解决问题而非学科来进行设计的优点,以及优秀的设计如何创造并帮助包容、创新以及有解决问题能力的校园。


本次对谈也触及了对我们Hassell所有人来说最重要的核心内容 —— 丰富的多专业结合和对学习永无止尽的渴求。


“如果你只是和你圈子里的人交流,那么你将错过许多不同的做事方式以及看到问题的不同角度。”

Tim O’Brien教授,曼彻斯特大学卓瑞尔河岸天文台和天体物理学副主任


“我们把Kraftwerk乐队的音乐向太空发射并经由月球表面弹回音乐节现场,这是科学吗?当然是。这是藉由技术做到的吗?当然是。那这是艺术吗?当然是。我们能说这是一场大型的集体体验吗?当然是。这就是我们想要做的,让这些交叉、关联和庆祝的瞬间发生。”

Teresa Anderson教授,卓瑞尔河岸发现中心CEO




Cultural chemistry on campus? It’s art + science.


England’s most stellar music-science-arts-technology-culture festival bluedot defies categorisation. 


It’s a ‘strange beast’ deeply rooted in curiosity and learning, attracting, and compelling some of the world’s biggest names to perform, speak, experiment, experience and have fun with the crowds drawn to the UNESCO site in Cheshire, home to the Jodrell Bank Observatory, Lovell Telescope and the First Light Pavilion Visitors Centre designed by Hassell with Casson Mann.


The bluedot festival purposefully reflects the real world – where learning is ‘interdisciplinary’ or mingled – and problems aren’t confined to one issue or source. 


Universities are beginning to explore like bluedot does, bringing specialist disciplines together with interdisciplinary thinking, and then adding the ‘wow’ factor by designing for context and greater experiences. They know a shift in campus design and learning experiences will attract students and talent, and help to creatively solve the big challenges the world is facing.


Who better to debate the future of the university campus than Hassell’s co-lead of Education and Science, Julian Gitsham, together with the creators of bluedot, Professor Teresa Anderson and Professor Tim O’Brien of the University of Manchester’s Jodrell Bank.


In this episode of Hassell Talks, Tim, Teresa and Julian explore the role of design in interdisciplinary approaches to education, the benefits of designing environments around problem solving – rather than disciplines – and how good design can create and facilitate inclusive, innovative, and problem solving campuses. 


It’s a conversation that brings together some of the things that matter most to us at Hassell – a rich mix of disciplines and an infinite desire to learn. 


“If you’re only talking to people inside your field, you’re going to miss out on different ways of doing things, different approaches, different questions.”

Tim O’Brien, Associate Director of the University of Manchester’s Jodrell Bank Observatory and Astrophysicist


“We bounced Kraftwerk’s music off the surface of the moon. Now, is that science? Yes. Is it technology? Yes. Is it art? Yes. Was it a big collective experience? Yes. And that’s what we’re about, those moments of crossover and connection and celebration.”

Teresa Anderson, CEO Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre

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