Saturday 24 March, 19:30

(in)tangibles: nanoperception and quantum world

David Peat, one of the pioneers in connecting quantum physics and psychology, talks with artist Victoria Vesna, who is concerned by the influence of scientific and technological innovation on the perception of reality.


Making what happens on a nanometric scale tangible with our senses makes us more aware of an implied order unknown in everyday life. In the art and science sphere, it is perception on different levels that can respond to the controversies between the material and the metaphysical which currently have both cultures trapped. An approach from the most subtle perception in artistic work to the precepts of quantum physics could replace reductionist materialism with a vision that allows a new focus on the art/science binomial, and also spirituality without dogmas for the contemporary world.
F. David Peat, Victoria Vesna
Raquel Paricio
Raquel Paricio
Open Science
Space at the CCCB

General information

Space at the CCCB


Place: Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB)
Montalegre, 5. 08001 Barcelona (SPAIN). Ph. +34.933.064.100. http://www.cccb.org/now/ang

Date: From 22 to 24 March 2007

Opening times of the space:
22 March, opened from 5.00 p.m .to 9.30 p.m.
23 and 24 March, opened from 11 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.

Free admission to all activities
Prior registration for workshop: On tel. +34.933.064.133 or alternatively by e-mail: cursos@cccb.org.
The CCCB reserves the right to modify the programme for reasons beyond its control.