teamLab at Radcliffe | What a Loving and Beautiful World || Radcliffe Institute

October 13, 2015
teamLab at Radcliffe, What a Loving and Beautiful World, Radcliffe Institute

teamLab has created a multimedia installation that generates a colorful and  multisensory experience that continuously evolves. Based in Japan, teamLab is a consortium of artists, engineers, and computer scientists specializing in unique ultra-technological installations at the intersection of contemporary art, design, engineering, and computer science.

teamLab at Radcliffe: What a Loving and Beautiful World opens on October 16, 2015, and runs through December 19, 2015. 

Free and open to the public.

Concept: Sisyu and teamLab

Calligraphy: Sisyu

Sound: Hideaki Takahashi

teamLab at Radcliffe is presented with support from Pace Gallery.

Women in Biotech | Defining and Analyzing the Problem

October 8, 2015
Women in Biotech, Defining and Analyzing the Problem

WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
Lizabeth Cohen, Dean, Radcliffe Institute, and Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies, Department of History, Harvard University

Daniel Carpenter, Director of the Social Sciences Program, Radcliffe Institute, and Allie S. Freed Professor of Government, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

DEFINING AND ANALYZING THE PROBLEM
Laurel Smith-Doerr, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Institute for Social Science Research, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Deborah Dunsire, President and CEO, Forum Pharmaceuticals

Alison Wood Brooks, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Moderated by Monica Higgins, Kathleen McCartney Professor in Education Leadership, Harvard Graduate School of Education 

Women in Biotech | Solutions and Strategies

October 8, 2015
Women in Biotech, Solutions and Strategies

SOLUTIONS AND STRATEGIES: WHAT WORKS AND WHAT HAS NOT?
Victoria A. Budson, Executive Director, Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School

Ann DeWitt, Senior Director of Investments, Sanofi-Genzyme Bioventures

Robin Ely, the Diane Doerge Wilson Professor of Business Administration and Senior Associate Dean for Culture and Community, Harvard Business School

Moderated by Anula Jayasuriya, Founder, EXXclaim Capital; Cofounder, Evolvence India Life Science Fund and India Life Science Fund II

CLOSING REMARKS
Janet Rich-Edwards, Codirector of the Science Program, Radcliffe Institute; Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; and Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Mamphela Ramphele | Can African Women Redefine Liberation for All?

October 6, 2015
Mamphela Ramphele, Can African Women Redefine Liberation for All?

Mamphela Aletta Ramphele BI ’89, of South Africa, is interested in whether African women can redefine freedom for the benefit of all. If so, what would it take to redefine freedom? How different would such redefined freedom be from the postcolonial and postapartheid freedom Africa is experiencing now? What values, systems, and practices would characterize freedom for all as a lived experience? And why should we focus on African women as agents of change?

Opening remarks by Lizabeth Cohen, Dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and the Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies at Harvard University

Introduction by Jane Kamensky, the Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Director of the Schlesinger Library

Mauricio Pauly | The Threshing Floor (2014)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, the Threshing Floor (2014)

The Threshing Floor (2014) for amplified duo (tenor saxophone and percussion), live electronics, and tape

Joshua Hyde, tenor saxophone
Noam Bierstone, percussion

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Mauricio Pauly | Vs el monopolio de la memoria (2013)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, Vs el monopolio de la memoria (2013)

Vs el monopolio de la memoria (2013) for tenor saxophone, violin, and piano

Karin Hellqvist, violin
Joshua Hyde, tenor saxophone
Heloisa Amaral, piano

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Mauricio Pauly | Its fleece electrostatic (2012, this version 2015)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, Its fleece electrostatic (2012, this version 2015)

Its fleece electrostatic (2012, this version 2015) for amplified percussion and guitar pedals

Adapted and performed by Noam Bierstone

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Mauricio Pauly | Patrulla Reliquia (2015)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, Patrulla Reliquia (2015)

Patrulla Reliquia (2015) for amplified piano, live electronics, and recordings of dry leaves dragged and crushed over ceramic slabs

Performed by Heloisa Amaral

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Mauricio Pauly | Its fleece electrostatic (2012)

July 23, 2015
Mauricio Pauly, Its fleece electrostatic (2012)

Its fleece electrostatic (2012) for amplified violin and guitar pedals

Performed by Karin Hellqvist

Taken from the full concert "The Threshing Floor and Other Works (2012–2015)"
Live at the Knafel Center
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

Composed by Mauricio Pauly RI ’15

Latent (e)Scapes

July 14, 2015
Latent (e)Scapes by Christina Leigh Geros

Harvard Graduate School of Design student Christina Geros MAUD, MLA ’15 is the winner of the second Radcliffe Institute public art competition with her innovative design Latent (e)Scapes. Acrylic scapes are lit from within and below by internal LED lighting. Using a combination of infrared and ultrasound proximity sensors the scapes react to natural forces and the movement of pedestrians in the garden.

Latent (e)Scapes is located in the Wallach Garden of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. Night viewings are recommended to experience the full effect of this responsive art installation.

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