Dr. Claudia Schnugg is a curator of art and science collaboration and a scholar researching the intersections of art and aesthetics with science, technology, and organizations.
As social and economic scientist with an additional background in cultural science, her recent work focuses on intertwining artists and art projects with new technologies and scientific research. She has explored effects of artistic interventions on social settings, especially framing artistic interventions and art programs in organizations.
Claudia curates artscience collaborations, artist-in-residence programs, media art projects as well as various projects intertwining art, science, technology, and innovation in business, industry, scientific organizations and cultural organizations. She also mentors artscience processes, and artists, scientists, researchers and facilitators, runs research projects, and gives talks about developments on the intersection of art, science, technology, and business.
Partners and clients include: Science Gallery International, Institute for Epigenetics and Stem Cells at Helmholtz Center Munich, European Space Agency, Pro Helvetia, Human Insights Lab at Accenture’s The Dock, Art|Sci Center at UCLA, European Southern Observatory, Fraunhofer Institute of Digital Medicine, Science Gallery Dublin, Science Gallery Venice, Ars Electronica, COS – Challenging Organizations and Society, Re: Foundation, KunstRaum Goethestrasse xtd.
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