1st AST International Conference
Art, Science and Technology: interaction between three cultures


1 Alec Groysman “Art, science and technology: interaction between three cultures”
9 Menahem (Mel) Alexenberg “The spiritual in postdigital art: creativity/biofeedback/kabbalah”
13 Ben Baruch Blich “The logic of curatorship: between displaying and representing as a matter of selection”
17 Yuli Chakk “Inter-relation between absolute and relative in science and art via relativity principle to means of measurements”
27 Katharina Prinzenstein “Interdisciplinarity in the eyes of equal treatment ethics”
36 Michel Faucheux “Humanities and engineering universities”
42 Khayriah Massarwe, Igor Verner and Daoud Bshouty “Using ornaments for geometry and multi-cultural education: development, implementation and evaluation”
48 Igor M. Verner and Tanya Nekritch “Fostering visual and cultural literacy in middle school students through practice in geometric design and artwork”
55 Anna-Lena Østern and Alex Strømme “Art and science combined in storyline key questions”
60 Eugene A. Katz “Bridges between mathematics, natural sciences, architecture and art: case of fullerenes”
72 Noah Shamir “About the aesthetics in natural sciences”
78 Eliezer Rapoport “To see the voices: science and technology in the service of musical analysis of opera singing”
88 Celestino Soddu “Immanent codes of cities identity”
95 Enrica Colabella “The equality ambiguity”
104 Michael Schorr “Art, science and technology in Calatrava’s bridges”
108 Gabor Renner and Csaba Kazo “Reflection lines and highlight lines”
112 Michael Bar-On “The history of photography from Aristotle to the digital Bayer process”
118 Cochavit Elefant and Lotan Meir “The importance of music in the lives of individuals with Rett syndrome”
125 Gerry Leisman, Robert Melillo, Raed Mualem and Calixto Machado “The effect of music training and production on functional brain organization and cerebral asymmetry”
132 Benjamin Courchia, Sarah Guigui, Emmanuel Courchia, Maud Righini and Jean-Paul Courchia “Cezanne and the Mont Sainte-Victoire: a neuroesthetic approach”
138 Lionel Wolberger “Narcissus and atlas: using scalometers to reveal distortion while considering multiple orders of magnitude”

145 Mehrdad Garousi “Art, science, and 3D fractals”

Extended abstracts

152 Alexander Zamyatnin “The scientific aspects of art”
153 Tsion Avital, Israel “Art versus design: the confusion between brain tools and hand tools”
154 Danny Shechtman (The Nobel Prize Laureate), Technion, Israel “The beauty of soap bubbles”
155 Joseph Salzman “Beyond certain knowledge”
156 Yoed Tsur “Common pitfalls for science, art and society”
157 Yehuda Stupniker and Yuli Chakk “Theory of inventive problem solving as a common denominator between science, technology and art”
158 Alexios A. Petrou “Nietzsche’s contestation of science: The relation between art and knowledge”
159 Vladimir V. Smolyaninov ” The golden ratio in art and science”
160 Ran Peleg and Ayelet Baram-Tsabari “Drama in the science classroom: theatrical tools for teachers”
161 Diana Alderoqui Pinus “Science is the story: an interactive exhibition at the Bloomfield
162 Dafna Efron “Can science make you cry? Theatre at the Bloomfield Science Museum Jerusalem”
163 Eilon Aviram “Computerized composition in music education”
164 Roey Tzezana “Magic, mentalism and science”
165 Ran Peleg and Ayelet Baram-Tsabari “Acting science: science in theatre for young people”
166 Dirk Huylebrouck “Do Re Math: mathematics, music and visualization: How music, modern technological features and even food can illustrate mathematics”
167 Vered Aviv “What does the brain tells us about abstract art?”
168 Igor Grabec, A. Borštnik Bračič, E. Govekar, J. Gradišek, P. Mužič, E. Susič, F. Švegl “Characterization and modeling of patterns by an intelligent system”
169 Barak Tal ”Music score reading and its relation to solving a mathematical problem”
170 Einat Leader and Miri Weiss Cohen ”An intelligent learning design support system for jewelry features”
171 Oved Kedem ”Science of music and music of science”
172 Talia Goldberg Gertman “Artistic painting for industry”
173 David Avnir and Dirk Huylebrouck ”Chirality in Architecture”
174 Michael Burt ”Towards a theory of space networks and space subdivision”
175 Iohanna Pani “Objectology”
176 Janusz Rębielak “Graphical symbols of three cultures in concept design of Bezalel
177Ferhan Kiziltepe “A discussion on Frank O. Gehry and Nationale-Nederlanden”
178 Lila Chitayat, Varda Gur, Maya Halevi “ MIC My Ideal City- A virtual ideal Jerusalem”
179 Denes Nagy “One, two, three or four cultures: A second look”
180 Iris Aravot ”Where does the form come from?”
181 Daphne Haim-Langford “Biomimicry: a bridge between science and technology”
182 Abraham Tamir “Interactions between art and science”
183 J. Belopukhova, S.Belopukhov, N. Korsun, A. Fokin, E. Kalabashkina “Flax and linen products in the history, art, science and technologies of nations of the world”
184 Peter Soreanu “Clusters in data mining and communications: An aesthetic perspective”
185 Etan Fisher “Demonstrating the Pure-Data Real-Time audio control environment”
186 Eden Orion “Astrophotography: art or science”
187 Eden Orion “Astronomical documenting in classic art”
188 David Gordon “Hands free - controlling an audio-visual performance through body movements in space”
189 Vladimir Gontar “Brain creativity, mathematical imaging and special visual stimuli for neurofeedback systems”
190 Robert Melillo “Hemispheric specific music as a potential treatment modality for functional disconnection in neurobehavioral disorders”
191 Eyal Fried “Acclair’s art valuation service: A critical exploration of neuro-metric technologies and the human experience”
192 Vanessa Ben Shabetai, Laliv Cohen Israeli “A journey through the depth of Leonardo da Vinci's soul”
193 Natalia Vikina “Rational muses: new approach to science and art”
194 Ohad Ben Shimon “Artistic writing on science subjects”

195 Katharina Prinzenstein "Water boat … 2/3 H20" (model boat)
196 Alon Chitayat and Lila Chitayat "TaxiLink - Catch a ride to the other side" (interactive installation which enables users to experience an authentic taxi ride in Jerusalem from abroad presented in film)
197 Noah Shamir “Frozen vertical flow” (photography)
198 Elad Mentovich, Netta Hendler, Tamas Puszta, Laslo Granasy, Shachar Richte "Growth-front-nucleation" (electron microscope images)
199 Alexandra Sirota-Madi, Inna Brainis, Eshel Ben-Jacob "Shaped to survive" (microscope images)
200 Igor Grabec "Application of intelligent systems for modeling of natural and artistic patterns" (sculptures)
201 David Gordon "Hands free" (music & video user interfaces)
202 Ran Peleg, Ruti Tamir "Atom surprise" (video)
203 Gazit Ehud "Motion" (video)
204 Vladimir Loifer "Art healing" (digital pictures)
205 Geneviève Anhoury "Who ate the cosmic soup?" (film), "Astronomy gastronomy" (19 digital pictures)
206 Leeya Engel "Chemical cuisine: looking at a lab through the eyes of a kitchen" (microscope images)
207 Neri Bloomfield Academy of Design and Education (WIZO) “Posterauma” (posters) 207
208 Lionel Wolberger “The mirror of Narcissus” (graphics)
209 Stephen G. Lipson “Topology and map-coloring in wood” (sculpture)
210 Svetlana Belinsky "Man" (paintings)
211 Madatech – The Israel National Museum of Science “Discover the science behind magical phenomena!” (scientific – technological performance)