The TAB Conference Programme unfolds with a one-day Conference “Space and Digital Reality” and a two-day Symposium “Beauty Matters. Just Like Love, It’s Real”, which aims to generate genuine interdisciplinary debates. The list of participants includes philosopher Graham Harman (USA), poetess Maria Lee (EST), mathematician Ron Aharoni (IL), Taylor Enoch (UK, Zeki’s Neuroesthetics LAB), amongst others.
The TAB symposium is a multidisciplinary event that includes architecture, neuroscience, neuroaesthetics, poetry, mathematics, augmented reality, virtual reality and digital technologies related to these fields. Its participants include both distinguished scholars and leading architects and designers.
It aims to achieve stimulating interdisciplinary debate on the return of beauty. The Symposium’s 16 participants, will form 16 panels of different duos, to present and discuss why Beauty Matters today, how come it was dormant for some 80 years, and to reflect on new buds of beauty in architecture. They will also discuss the exhibits, both the exhibition Beauty Matters in the Museum’s main hall and the outdoor installations.