A two-part conversation with marine biologist Roger Hanlon and TBA21–Academy’s Markus Reymann around the possible connexions between art and science that can be made through octopus tentacles. Their words dance with Octo-Durga, the “post big-bang underwater cephalopod dancer from the depths of one of Jupiter’s moons, from Europa’s oceans” created by Eduardo Navarro and BaRiya. Sounds from the outer space that is the deepest oceans… our best intuition lives under the sea.
Camouflaged words: A conversation with Octo-Durga around art and science | Part 2 Eduardo Navarro | BaRiya (Pratyush Pushkar and Riya Raagini)
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- 29/11 2020
Juan Canela, Guest journalist and researcher. | Roger T. Hanlon, Marine biologist, Senior Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), and Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Brown University. | Markus Reymann, Director, TBA21–Academy.