2022 | STEAM Symposium

Emily Carr University of Art + Design, April 22, 2022, Vancouver BC

Engaging with thought leaders bringing expertise from STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics), the symposium brought light to fresh questions, issues, and opportunities in how we think about collaboration.
Panelists – Randy Lee Cutler + Ingrid Koenig (Leaning Out of Windows ECU), Michael Doser (Senior Research Physicist CERN), Beatrice Franke (Research Scientist TRIUMF), Mimi Gellman (Artist, Designer, Faculty ECU), Clara Nellist (Particle Physicist, Science Communicator CERN), Nirmal Raj (Particle Physicist TRIUMF)
Moderator – Sanem Güvenç (Sociologist, Faculty ECU)
Co-organized and co-curated by ISM Arts & Culture, CERN, TRIUMF, ECU, Leaning Out of Windows, Science World, Swiss Confederation – SERI State Secretariat for Education, Research + Innovation, Embassy of Switzerland in Canada

2022 | Art, Science and the Emergence of Co-Thought – towards New Pedagogical Models | Cutler and Koenig

Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver BC

A creative research presentation to the Social Practice and Community Engagement (SPACE) SYMPOSIUM
The focus in this presentation was to share aspects of Leaning out of Windows and give a sense of the social interactions that have informed what we are calling the Emergence of Co-Thought. The intention was to highlight, in the context of SOCIAL PRACTICE – how LOoW has generated and built community engagement.


2019 | Leaning Out of Windows: Visualizing Art & Science collaborations | Cutler and Koenig, keynote speakers at the IEEE Vis conference, for the Vis Art program | Vancouver, BC

This conference is a premier forum for advances in theory, methods, and applications of visualization and visual analytics. The event convenes an international community of researchers and practitioners from universities, government, and industry to exchange recent findings on the design and use of visualization tools.

2019 | Making Images | Visual Literacy: Making, Seeing, Reading Images across the Disciplines | Koenig

Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

This International Research Roundtable explored how a more holistic and cross-disciplinary engagement with images can open up new avenues of research. This event brought together internationally renowned scholars and practitioners from the sciences, social sciences, humanities, and arts who would not otherwise have occasion for sustained interaction.

2018 | Leaning Out of Windows: Art and Physics Collaborations | Cutler

Knowledge & Networks II, University of British Columbia/Audain Art Museum, Vancouver/Whistler 

A SSHRC funded two-day workshop as a state-of-the-field forum organized around the axes of publication, pedagogy, research-creation, and research structures. Co-organized by Concordia University, the University of Regina, and the University of British Columbia

2018 |  Art, Science and the Emergence of Co-Thought | Panel co-chaired by Cutler and Koenig

Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference “Out of Mind,” Nov. 15-18, 2018, Toronto, Canada

Ingrid Bachmann (Concordia University), “Hybrid Bodies: Across the arts, medicine, science and humanities”
Randy Lee Cutler (Emily Carr University), “Leaning Out of Windows: Experiments in Structure and Process”
Ingrid Koenig (Emily Carr University), “Leaning Out of Windows: Into Antimatter”

2017 | At the Boundaries: Art and Science Collaborations | Koenig | Panel Chair and | Leaning Out of Windows: A Case Study in Hybrid Research | Cutler | Paper

UAAC 2017 Universities Art Association of Canada, Banff Centre for Art

2017 | Art and Physics Collaborations through Aesthetic Transformations | Cutler and Koenig

Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC 

Arts-Connections Workshop: This event brought together leading UBC scholars and artists from Vancouver working in arts-based research to explore arts-based research initiatives and discuss potential partnerships.