Abstract

Liverpool LASER talks encourage artists, researchers and the publics to question the work carried out by artists and scientists in transdisciplinary art-science spaces by recognising shared aims, examining processes and constructing a shared language. In this paper, the authors reflect upon their first year as LASER hosts and propose that Liverpool LASER events - supported by an accessible network of leading artists and scientists - act as community ‘studio-laboratories’; spaces where speakers and the publics engage in two-way conversations, present and gain confidence in their ideas, gather feedback on new concepts and outputs, and facilitate knowledge transfer.

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