Dehlinger will speak at ARTECHOUSE, the leading art space dedicated to immersive digital art, as part of its ARTECHTALK series of talks with NASA scientists and collaborators. Henry will discuss looking for art in the James Webb Space Telescope and how he collaborated with NASA to compose Cosmic Cycles.
Composer Henry Dehlinger embarked on a musical collaboration with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and the National Philharmonic, resulting in Cosmic Cycles, A Space Symphony. This orchestral work is an epic suite of seven symphonic poems that is paired with imagery and data visualizations of the Sun, Earth, Moon, Planets, and Cosmos, many of them from the James Webb Space Telescope.
Dehlinger’s creative collaboration will be a wonderful contrast to the exhibition Beyond the Light, with its original score by Mehmet Ünal, and the conversation will explore the differences in approach and inspiration in turning the data of our universe into art.
Date: Wednesday, October 25
Time: 5pm-6pm Programming
6pm-7pm Exhibition Experience
Location: ARTECHOUSE DC
Tickets will become available one week prior to the event. Make sure you follow us on social media @artechouse where they will be announced.
Complimentary ticket includes admission to the exhibition.
Beyond the Light, an original artistic expression of scientific discoveries conceptualized and created by ARTECHOUSE Studio in collaboration with NASA, is the story of how human innovation has enabled us to see beyond our imaginations and into the furthest reaches of the cosmos. The cinematic exhibition submerges you into the timeless story of light and aims to inspire your curiosity for what else is possible.
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