Dissemination output of the collaboration between DIACAT and Pinar Yoldas


Recycling CO2 can be a work of art as demonstrated by the artist Pinar Yoldas within the framework of the artist-scientist collaboration in the FET project DIACAT. Pinar Yoldas interpreted every step of the carbon dioxide conversion into symbolic works of art. “Each object talks about or refers to a chapter of the project” explained Pinar, like the one inspired by the nanodiamond lattice. “Lattice disruption” has been recently exhibited at the Bozar Center for Fine Arts in Brussels and contributed in reaching a larger audience when communicating science. More details can be found on the FEAT undefinedwebsite and on undefinedyouris.com, the media partner of the Future and Emerging Art and Technologies (FEAT) programme.

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