Open Dialogue @ Insight Inside Exhibition

Open Dialogue @ Insight Inside Exhibition: 22 June, 7:30pm


What is the story behind each sculpture of Insight Inside exhibition? 
What inspired the artist to work with waste materials from the Champalimaud Foundation?
What is the connection between art, science and health?

We invite you to the open dialogue on Wednesday June 22, from 7:30pm to 8:30pm, at the Insight Inside exhibition (Exhibition Hall of the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown). We will explore these and other questions, regarding the creative process behind the artist's art-science-health residency at the Champalimaud Foundation.
The event will have the participation of the artist Clo Bourgard, the neuroscientist Daniel Nunes, the breast surgeon Pedro Gouveia and will be moderated by the journalist Carolina Franco and, together, we will hopefully create new bridges between these areas!
Please join us from 7:30pm to 8:30pm at the Exhibition Hall, Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Entrance is free.

More about the participants

Clo Bourgard
Clo Bourgard is a visual artist and curator, who works mainly with sculptures and installations. She develops research in the area of materials and resins in her studio in Estoril. During the last 20 years, she took part in more than 50 individual and collective exhibitions, both at national and international level. She is currently doing an artistic residency at the Champalimaud Foundation.

Daniel Nunes
Daniel Nunes studied biology at Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra (2001-2006). Has a PhD from Faculty of Medicine, Heidelberg University, where he worked in neurophysiology and behavior (2007-2014). Later started his postdoctoral research at Champalimaud Foundation, working in Magnetic Resonance (2015-2019) and nowadays he is working in Systems Biology, focusing his research in learning and motor control. 
Pedro Gouveia
Breast Unit surgeon at Champalimaud Foundation.
Carolina Franco
Carolina Franco tem escrito sobre cultura, juventude e direitos humanos. Cada vez acredita mais que está tudo ligado. É jornalista colaboradora no projeto de literacia mediática PÚBLICO na Escola, olha para assuntos internacionais no Shifter. Estudou Ciências da Comunicação no Porto, de onde é natural, tem pós-graduação em Curadoria de Arte e está a completar mestrado em Antropologia - Culturas Visuais. 

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