Event INTERDISCIPLINARITE’s Scientifica, an Arts&Sciences day

The Arts, Culture & Science focus of the Interdisciplinarity Mission is organizing the first edition of Scientifica, its arts and sciences day, on Saturday June 18, 2022 from 10am to 8pm at the Cube.

Scientifica, an Arts&Sciences day
Saturday, June 18, 2022 from 10am to 8pm at the Cube (Schuman Campus, Aix-en-Provence)

The objective: to discover the scientific dimension of artistic productions and the aesthetic dimension of scientific productions. The day is organized around the presentation of works, installations, performances, contemporary theater, the broadcasting of soundtracks created by students, artists, short videos on projects at the intersection of arts and science...

What awaits you: moments of exchange throughout the day with the artists, researchers, students involved; moments of conviviality around a coffee and an aperitif at the end of the day; times of mediation on the proposed creations, new aesthetic experiences, an audience survey to get your impressions, etc.
An intense, artistic, scientific and convivial day, and a challenge: bring a guest to whom you will make discover the exhibition and the university (your parents? your spouse? friends?).


  • 10:00 a.m.: Coffee reception
  • 10:30am-6:30pm: Free visit of the listening spaces, installations and arts&sciences projects offered; meeting time with artists, students, PhD students, postdocs, researchers 2 or 3 times during the day; highlights of listening to music, experimental theater, performance throughout the day (detailed program of the day soon available).
  • 6:00 pm: Friendly aperitif
  • 20:00 : End of the event

Artists and speakers

Astral Corp (musicology students, arts department) and Laurence Hébrard (director of 6MIC), Léa Battais (doctoral candidate - contemporary art history, Mesopolhis/Telemme), Jérémie Brugidou (artist, Iméra), Olympia Boyle (musician), Courant d’art (student association Amu), Nicolas Debade (Head of research and development at Ina GRM, doctor Lesa), Elio Dela Noce (doctoral candidate in cinema, Lesa), Christian Delecluse and Anne de Giafferi with Constance de Gourcy and Said Belgidoum (Cargo project, Somum, France Musique), Mélanie Joseph (doctoral candidate - visual arts, Prism/Mesopolhis), Youssra Mansar (doctoral candidate - theater, Lesa), and Matteo Duluc (actor), Florian Siccardi (Intern - dirigible design), Nadia Merad Coliac (artist, NOSE, INP -AMU, MIO), Lila Neutre (photographer-researcher, doctor Lesa), Emmanuelle Roule (artist), Pablo Secaira (artist - Casa del Alabado Museum), Rania Stephan (artist, Imera), Stellare (musicians collective).

Organization: Sylvia Girel (Interdisciplinarity Mission), Constance Moreteau (IMERA), Emilie Sitzia (IMERA), Elisa Ullauri (MESOPOLHIS), Maria-Elena Buslacchi (MESOPOLHIS), Judith Dehail (ALLSH, Cultural Mediation), Flore Nonchez (Interdisciplinarity Mission), Lola Marraninchi (Interdisciplinarity Mission), Corine Mari (AMU), with the collaboration of Agça Saglam, Camille Charron (interns), Elsa Marchand-Cormery, Mayi Fonda, Anna Izard (mediators), Alessandré Petzer (student, master’s degree digital creation), Sebastien Catry (technician).

This event was organized in collaboration with the Interdisciplinarity Mission, Iméra, Institut SoMuM, the Culture and Society Department, the Cube and the Faculty of Arts, Letters, Languages, Humanities.

Many partners are involved in the presented projects:

  • 6MIC,
  • Dark Euphoria,
  • INA GRM,
  • LESA,
  • MIO,
  • Casa del Alabado Museum of Pre-Columbian Art,
  • PRISM,
  • Radio France,
  • Théâtre Antoine Vitez,
  • Vélo Théâtre,
  • Port areas of Genova,
  • etc.

This event is free and open to all. You can still indicate when you’re coming if you’d like in this participation survey.

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