Plastir Number 3 – 06/2006

TOWARDS AN ARCHITECTURAL PLASTICITY

Charlie FRICAUD, Architect DPLG, has carried out an interesting report: « Biology of the architectural reproduction » according to the translation of a chapter of the work of George Hersey:  » The monumental impulse » and a diploma of architecture on the topic « an alloy of Art & Science, the Hermès Institute », with the support of Dr. F Russo-Marie from the ICGM.

DREAMING ABOUT THE UNIVERSE : WHEN ART ET SCIENCE CONVERGE…

Anne-Marie POCHAT, Artist-Painter, scientist and member of the GLACS (Collège of France) & Jean-Pierre LUMINET, Astrophysicist, Research Director at the CNRS and writer.  Imagine a piece of played piano with four hands, in other words, a play of mirror between a astrophysicist-poet and a artist-painter of scientific formation. Imagine then what can be the result of an universalist search ? Of an intention animated by the only ambition to give texture, colour and human relief ad infinitum of the skies? You will then have an idea of what somebody call the laws of the gravitation, but that we identify at PSA as a real convergence between science and art, one of those where the mystery is questioned in the visible one and the invisible one, where space, time and the matter are overflowed one the other in order to seize as with reverse rough knowledge…

CREATIVITY, AN ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF THE PERSONAL AND COLLECTIVE DEVELOPPEMENT

Madeline DERIAZ, Doctor in andragogy, University of Montreal, Adherent to the UQAM, international association of gerontology describes us with a big acuteness the fundamental role of the creativity in any work of individual or collective development. The author is also an artist : her blog.

ARTISTIC EDUCATION, PRACTISES OF VISUAL ARTS (OR PLASTIC ARTS) AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPPEMENT

Madeline DERIAZ, Doctor in andragogy, University of Montreal, Adherent to the UQAM, international association of gerontology. The author shows here the educational and cognitive hillside of these developments, in particular in the artistic practice.

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