What can the study of human evolution tell us about the human condition? Is creativity as important to the scientific paradigm as it is to the arts? In this session, the paleontologist Leslea Hlusko (University of California Berkeley, USA, and Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana, Spain) talks with the jazz musician, producer, and singer Carola Ortiz, about creative and research process and experiences in science and in the arts, with musical accompaniment by Octavio Salman, Lucía Fumero, and Olushola. Invited moderator: Toni Pou
“Science & Music Sharing Notes” EvoKE BCN 21 Edition, has been organized by:
La Ciència Al Teu Món, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, and EvoKE BCN 21.
With the collaboration of:
EvoKE (Evolutionary Knowledge for Everyone), The European Society of Evolutionary Biology, Ajuntament de Barcelona, PALARQ Foundation and Institute of Evolutionary Biology (CSIC-UPF).
Concept, design, and direction of the “Science & Music Sharing Notes” by Roberto Torres, La Ciència Al Teu Món, Scicomm & Outreach Association, Barcelona.
Special thanks to Elena Casacuberta (IBE, CSIC-UPF) and David Castellanos (CRG) Co-organizers of EvoKE BCN 21, and Elisabet Goula, and Queralt Arumí Agramunt (CCCB Debats).
This video is an alternative cut, based on CCCB original footage (https://www.cccb.org/ca/multimedia/vi…)
Handycam and tight shots: Francisco Camacho
Alternative edition and graphics: Roberto Torres