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Vorderasiatisches Museum: Collection highlights. Online Exhibits - Museum of the History of Science : Museum of the History of Science. Under the Influence of the Heavens: Astrology in Medicine in the 15th and 16th Centuries. Summary Before the ideas of Scientific Revolution began to emerge in the mid-16th century, a wholly different view of the natural world dominated the psyche of Western Europe.

Under the Influence of the Heavens: Astrology in Medicine in the 15th and 16th Centuries

The lines between the heavens and earth were porous, and it was believed that what happened in the stars governed what happened on terra firma. In addition to predicting meteorological events and guiding business decisions, astrology was used as a tool for both treatment and diagnosis of any number of aches and pains. Depending on the sign of the zodiac under which a patient was born, the astrologer physician could then make recommendations for treatment based on the placement of the moon and stars in the sky at a particular moment in time. Astrological medicine was also closely related to humorism. Credits Exhibit co-curated by Annie Brogan and Robert D. Space Visualization Laboratory — Adler Planetarium.

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Einstein Gravity Wall – INVIVIA. Albert Einstein forever changed the ways physicists think about the world.

Einstein Gravity Wall – INVIVIA

Einstein. He was daring, wildly ingenious, passionately curious.

Einstein

He saw a beam of light and imagined riding it; he looked up at the sky and envisioned that space-time was curved. Home Page. Galileo. Images of the Universe from Antiquity to the Telescope. Before Pythagoras: The Culture of Old Babylonian Mathematics. The Franklin Institute Science Museum. Museo de Ciencias de San Luis Potosí.

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Galileo Galilei. Encuentro Internacional Medellin 2007. Texto sobre la exposición Acto reflejo de Humberto Junca 1.

Encuentro Internacional Medellin 2007

Iluminar el fracaso En la sesión de preguntas de una conferencia titulada Pensamiento Crítico dictada por Luís Camnitzer, el artista y escritor comentaba que para él una forma de felicidad podría ser transmitir sus ideas usando sólo telepatía; el artista y escritor explicaba que una transmisión telepática le evitaría usar un soporte externo y entonces, la comunicación de un mensaje, se podría limitar de manera exclusiva a lo importante: la idea. El comentario de Luis Camnitzer, dicho por fuera del rígido libreto que había escrito para su conferencia, reforzaba un dogma que mantuvo a lo largo de todas sus intervenciones: el arte es comunicación. Pero, si el arte es comunicación ¿qué gana y qué pierde el arte? 2. Al decir que la exposición tiene un mensaje, no solamente se informa sobre el arte, también se le da forma al arte. 3.

En la página de Internet un espectador de Acto reflejo escribe sobre la exposición. ““March 18 4.

Gold of the Incas

Mayas Hidden world. Planetario Medellin. Planetario Bogota. Cosmos et culture - Science Museum. Musées. Jacques Charlier/Yaël Nazé – Cosmic Ashes ‹ Jacques Charlier. Cendre et or : Exposition d'art contemporain. Loop.pH. Tales of the Maya Skies - Maya Resources. Downloadables Tales of the Maya Skies Educators Guide This Guide is designed specifically to provide educators with the basic materials and information they need to prepare students for the show, and facilitate informed discussion after the show.

Tales of the Maya Skies - Maya Resources

Download the guide Websites. Sixe Parades First UK Solo Show at Somerset House » COVER Magazine: Carpets & Textiles For Modern Interiors. Hype is building for Barcelona born graffiti artist Sixe Parades’ residency at Somerset House in London which will climax with his first solo UK show, ‘Futurismo Ancestral: An Offering to Peru’, on 21 -26 May 2014.

Sixe Parades First UK Solo Show at Somerset House » COVER Magazine: Carpets & Textiles For Modern Interiors

For one week only the underground spaces of the South Wing will be bursting with twenty-five large scale works and other creations by Sixe Parades, all presented exclusively here for the first time. The last time his work appeared in London was in 2008 when he was one of 6 select, international artists invited by the Tate Modern to paint their riverside façade. Sixe Parades has been spending periods of time in Peru since 2009, engaging with local artists and traditions and has been inspired by all aspects of Peruvian and Andean culture.

Tapestry (back) from Dimensiones series © Sixe Paredes Peruvian food, film and music are also being celebrated alongside weaving, ceramics, masks and fluoro chica posters, with a series of events over the May Bank holiday weekend. The Lost Sounds of The Quipu « gabriel vanegas. The Lost Sounds of The Quipu.

The Lost Sounds of The Quipu « gabriel vanegas

At the Digital Latin America exhibition, 516 ARTS, Albuquerque New Mexico. With this artwork, Gabriel Vanegas revives interest in an ancient recording device used by the Inca Empire called Quipu, which was made of strings that contained values encoded by knots. When a viewer approaches each sculpture, its body and electrostatic work as bridge, interfering and tuning the different sounds and interviews taken by the artist from indigenous groups in Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru.

Photo Archive. Les Immémoriales. Artistes : Agnes Denes, Monika Grzymala, Cecilia Vicuña Cecilia Vicuña, Quipu Austral, 2012/2013.

Les Immémoriales

Installation, son. Vue de l’exposition Les Immémoriales, Frac Lorraine. Photo : Eric Chenal © L’artiste Monika Grzymala, The River II, 2012/2013 Installation in situ réalisée avec Euraba Artists and Papermakers. Agnes Denes, Rice/Tree/Burial, 1977/2012 Collection 49 Nord 6 Est - Frac Lorraine. © L’artiste Nourries de la mémoire vive des peuples andins, amérindiens et aborigènes d’Australie, trois artistes de générations et d’horizons différents, Agnes Denes, Monika Grzymala et Cecilia Vicuña, proposent un voyage sensoriel et poétique au cœur des préoccupations politiques qui animent nos sociétés du Premier monde. – « Nous exploitons la Terre à la limite de ses capacités.