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Academic Research | Mar 2019

Where Art and Technology Meet

Audiovisual dance performance starring artist Yago de Quay, who was selected to be one of the artists-in-residence at Nokia Bell Labs (New Jersey, USA).


Peter Gwynne, former Newsweek science and technology editor, is the author of an article published on Research-Technology Management to draw attention to the increasing number of Artist-in- Residence (AIR) programs that bring artists into companies to work at close quarters with scientists and engineers.

Read the article summary here 

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