PechaKucha Night Bratislava Vol 35 Norwegian edition: Social sciences and Art
Evening, which presents creative people in the format of 20 pictures−each for 20 seconds will bring special “scientific” edition during the Week of Science and Technology 2016. This time PechaKucha will be focusing on connecting art and social sciences. In the partnership with the Institute of Ethnology SAV, PKN BA will bring guests from the area of social sciences, professionals in the fields of anthropology, psychology, ethnology, cognitive and other sciences. At the same time, they will be accompanied by the artists who deal in their work with similar questions and the theme of the evening will be exploration and investigation- scientific and artistic. 35th edition is also the first event which is organized by OZ Soyart which is taking over the organizational license from the founders of PechaKucha Night Bratislava. Due to the cooperation with PechaKucha Night Oslo in a special series of PKN Norwegian Editions, speakers from Norway will be also introduced.
Who can you look forward to?
Abandoned (Re)creation Martin Zaiček a Andrea Kalinová will introduce beauty of abandoned architecture of spas
Barbara Lášticová Social psychologist who is interested in measuring and moderating stereotypes and prejudices
Hanna von Bergen /NO Co-founder of market, where you can share and exchange, not buy with money
Ivan Brezina Psychologist examining laic convictions about wisdom
Ľudmila Horňáková Artist who works with the themes of participation, trust in communities, activism and sustainable public spaces
Martin Boroš He will show application of data for social scientific research
Martin Kleibl Rescuer of the last monumental painting in Petržalka and also a popularizer of folklore
Mária Rumanová Director and screenwriter will introduce documentary Hotel Úsvit (Hotel Dawn) from the surroundings of Čierna nad Tisou
Matúš Rabada He revitalizes traditional Slovak technique of blue printing
Olav Brekke Mathisen /NO Journalist and musician who is inspired by bad neighborly relationships
Soňa G. Lutherová Anthropologist who will introduce her documentary debut Zatopené (Flooded) about the manor house in Parížovce and its owners
Tatiana Bužeková She is interested in ethnography and anthropology and she will speak about the social change in 1968
Vladimír Bahna Cognitive anthropologist who will introduce his research in the area of abomination
Video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhA-A8NhYNZ_1QNL6og5GsqB2qd1MuLE6
Supported by a grant from EEA grants. Co-financed by the State Budget of the Slovak Republic.