[spectre] Septembre 26th - LASER Paris at the Centquatre

Annick2 anikburo at gmail.com
Sat Aug 31 13:02:41 CEST 2019

Dear Spectrites,

 From Roscoff to Space via Mars, this is our ride for the 
next LASER Paris on September 26th at the Centquatre.

Here below, full details, come and join us !

"Extra terrestrial Atmospheres"
LASER Paris at the 104factory
5 rue Curial, 75019 Paris
salon de l'incubateur 104factory
19h00 à 21h00 (doors open at 18h30)


with Marie-Julie Bourgeois, Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff, Cédric 
Pilorget, Ewen Chardronnet & Xavier Bailly.

Free admission in the limit of available seats, registration 
NOTE : the room has a limited capacity. Entrance will be on 
first arrived, first served basis. However, for security 
reasons we need pre-registration.

and we start on time!
LASER Paris takes place in French


	> Marie-Julie Bourgeois, Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff (artists) 
& Cédric Pilorget (astrophysicist and teacher at Université 
Paris-Sud, Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale (IAS), 
CNRS/Université Paris-Sud) //

	"And if the sky was falling upon us?" about the project Nos 
	(project supported by La Diagonale Paris-Saclay)
Those beautiful shooting stars that we love trying to spot 
during August night sky are meteorites, burning when 
entering our atmosphere. But, they might also be some parts 
of a satellite falling back on Earth .... This August, it 
has also been night during the day in São Paulo ...
Human pollution has reached the Earth orbit, climate change 
is underway, and studies for other celestial bodies 
geo-engineering has started.
Under the title Nos météores the artists Marie-Julie 
Bourgeois and Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff are proposing several 
projects in collaboration with scientists among which what 
they call "atmospheric fictions" based on the real climat of 
other planets, including Mars with the astrophysicist Cédric 
Pilorget, in an attempt to poetically repair our climat.

	> Ewen Chardronnet (artist, writer, journalist and curator) 
and Xavier Bailly (CNRS research engineer at the Roscoff 
Biological Station, directs the M3 Multicellular Marine 
Models laboratory) //
	"Life at the edge" about the project Roscosmoe
It is almost a whole zoo that has been launched into outer 
The Roscosmoe project, at the intersection of marine 
biology, design anthropology of science and art, intends to 
take on board Symsagittifera roscoffensis. This marine worm 
from the Breton coastline, a "plant-animal" 3 to 4 mm long, 
actually lives in symbiosis with a micro algae which it 
shelters under its epidermis and which supplies the 
essential of its nutritive needs via its photosynthethis.
The biology of S. roscoffensis makes this marine species a 
potential model for the development of bio-regenerative 
life-support systems applied to space research: oxygen 
production, recycling of CO2 and waste nitrogen metabolism 
from the animal by hosted micro-algae, regenerative 
capacities of tissues energy autonomy ("embedded 
Should we be dreaming of an algae-worm as a companion to 
watch the sunset at the Earth-Space edge?

 > Moderation : Annick Bureaud

 > During the break : Audience announcements

 > Drinks and snacks after the presentations

LASER Paris is co-organized by Leonardo/Olats (www.olats.org 
and La Diagonale Paris-Saclay 
(http://www.ladiagonale-paris-saclay.fr) in collaboration 
with the hosting venue, 104factory (https://www.104factory.fr)

LASER Paris is supported by the Daniel and Nina Carasso 
Foundation. (https://www.fondationcarasso.org/)

Next LASER Paris
 > Monday November 4th 2019, at the Centre Georges Pompidou

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