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Symposium « Forking Paths».

Time, Space, Perception

Time, Space, and Perception will address physical and perceptive complexity, models for memory, anticipation, and surprise, narration, history, performance, large-scale networks and societies.

9:30am-10:30am Denis Weaire - Trinity College. Wiebke Drenchkhan, Laboratoire de Physique des Solides, Orsay.
Local Simplicity and Global Complexity - The Physics of Foams.
Abstract & Bios

10:30am-11:15am Philippe Rahm - Architect.
Architecture as Meteorology.
Abstract & Bio

11:15am-11:45am Break

11:45am-12:30pm John L. Casti - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Vienna.
Artistic Forms and Complexity.
Abstract & Bio

12:30pm-1pm Philippe Albèra - Conservatoires de Genève et de Lausanne.
Interlude III - Presentation of XXth Century Works (Berio, Ligeti, Ferneyough...)
Abstract & Bio

1pm-2:30pm Lunch

2:30pm-3:15pm Shlomo Dubnov - University of California at San Diego.
Opera of Meaning: Linking Space, Audience and Performance.
Abstract & Bio

3:15pm-4pm Grégoire Carpentier - IRCAM.
Questions of Complexity in Computer Assisted Orchestration.
Abstract & Bio

4pm-4:30pm Break

4:30pm-5:15pm Claro, Author, Translator. Mario Caroli, Music Performer.
On Complexity in Traduction / Interpretation.

5:15pm-6pm Lisa Randall, Harvard University. Hèctor Parra, composer.
Hypermusic Prologue.
Abstract & Bios

Friday, June 12, 9:30am-6pm / Centre Pompidou, petite salle