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Simone Schürle and Susanne M. Winterling in conversation

Simone Schürle and Susanne M. Winterling in conversation
Photo: Jan Welchering © ETH Zürich

Schering Stiftung Podcast

Episode 4: TEMPERATE. Behind the scenes

Simone Schürle and Susanne M. Winterling in conversation
Photo: Jan Welchering © ETH Zürich

Schering Stiftung Podcast

Episode 4: TEMPERATE. Behind the scenes

Date:

June 25, 2021

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Artist Susanne M. Winterling and nanoengineer Prof. Dr. Simone Schürle talk about their intensive collaboration in the joint development of the exhibition. They provide insight into Schürle’s work in the “Responsive Biomedical Systems Lab” at ETH Zurich and the exchange between the two on the themes of “TEMPERATE”.

They also discuss scientific imaging methods and the technology behind them, and talk about cultivating bacteria as well as about “being in the lab,” which Winterling describes as one of the central experiences in preparation for the exhibition project.

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Schering Stiftung Podcast

Episode 4: TEMPERATE. Behind the Scenes

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Susanne M. Winterling: TEMPERATE – 

Exhibition — May 20 – September 19, 2021

A fluorescent bacterium is the protagonist of Susanne M. Winterling’s installation “TEMPERATE.” Visitors meet the glowing bacterium in an exhibition room heated to body temperature.

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The Speakers 

Susanne Winterling works across a range of media to explore the sentient economy, cultures and transformations of elements and materialisations. With an emphasis on enhancing our perceptual and critical consciousness, Winterling undertakes affective and material-based research that highlights interaction between materials, elements and species. Susanne Winterling lives in Berlin.

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Simone Schürle is researching in the field of biomedical engineering and Assistant Professor for Responsive Biomedical Systems at ETH Zurich. She graduated in 2009 from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Industrial Engineering and Management with specialization in micro/nanosystems. She then joined the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) where she focused on magnetic manipulation techniques for biomedical applications. She was awarded with the ETH medal for her doctoral thesis and with fellowships from the SNSF, DAAD and the Society in Science for her postdoctoral studies at the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she was researching as postdoctoral fellow from 2014-​2017. Besides activities in public outreach work and education, she is serving as Global Future Council for the World Economic Forum. She is also co-​founder of MagnebotiX, a young spin-​off from ETHZ.

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