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Vient de paraître : PLASTIR n°49 | Plasticités Sciences Arts

Vient de paraître : PLASTIR n°49 | Plasticités Sciences Arts | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it

Avec Frédérique Lecerf : Plasticité de l'or , Nicolas-Xavier Ferrand, Le réel : ontologie plastique…, Danielle Boutet, Autour du mot "soi" et Bruno Traversi La conscience neutre...

PLASTIR : LA  REVUE TRANSDISCIPLINAIRE DE PLASTICITÉ HUMAINE PLASTIR SOMMAIRE PLASTIR - REVUE DE PRESSE Plastir, mot introduit dans la langue française dès le XIIe siècle

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Microbial interactions within the plant holobiont | Microbiome |

Microbial interactions within the plant holobiont | Microbiome | | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
Since the colonization of land by ancestral plant lineages 450 million years ago, plants and their associated microbes have been interacting with each other, forming an assemblage of species that is often referred to as a “holobiont.” Selective pressure acting on holobiont components has likely shaped plant-associated microbial communities and selected for host-adapted microorganisms that impact plant fitness. However, the high microbial densities detected on plant tissues, together with the fast generation time of microbes and their more ancient origin compared to their host, suggest that microbe-microbe interactions are also important selective forces sculpting complex microbial assemblages in the phyllosphere, rhizosphere, and plant endosphere compartments. Reductionist approaches conducted under laboratory conditions have been critical to decipher the strategies used by specific microbes to cooperate and compete within or outside plant tissues. Nonetheless, our understanding of these microbial interactions in shaping more complex plant-associated microbial communities, along with their relevance for host health in a more natural context, remains sparse. Using examples obtained from reductionist and community-level approaches, we discuss the fundamental role of microbe-microbe interactions (prokaryotes and micro-eukaryotes) for microbial community structure and plant health. We provide a conceptual framework illustrating that interactions among microbiota members are critical for the establishment and the maintenance of host-microbial homeostasis.

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MÉMOIRES SINGULIÈRES, MÉMOIRES PLURIELLES - À l'heure du dataïsme et de l'intelligence artificielle

MÉMOIRES SINGULIÈRES, MÉMOIRES PLURIELLES - À l'heure du dataïsme et de l'intelligence artificielle | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it

Vient de paraître le livre MÉMOIRES SINGULIÈRES, MÉMOIRES PLURIELLES - À l'heure du dataïsme et de l'intelligence artificielle, Marc-Williams Debono - Et de nombreux co-auteurs spécialistes de la mémoire, parmi lesquels Francis Eustache, Jean-Michel Alimi, Philippe Quéau, Anne Dambricourt ou Isabelle Serça… Une vision  transdisciplinaire unique de la mémoire  !   Commandez le dès aujourd'hui chez l'éditeur : ouvrage disponible en version papier et/ou numérique (ebook).

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The universal language of hormones

The universal language of hormones | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
Bioinformatics specialists have studied a specific class of hormones which is relevant for plants, bacteria and indirectly for humans, too. Their results challenge previous scientific assumptions.
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Inside the moonshot effort to finally figure out the brain

Inside the moonshot effort to finally figure out the brain | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
AI is only loosely modeled on the brain. So what if you wanted to do it right? You’d need to do what has been impossible until now: map what actually happens in neurons and nerve fibers.

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Noémi Lefebvre envoie les poètes à Pôle emploi - Mediapart

Noémi Lefebvre envoie les poètes à Pôle emploi - Mediapart | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
Dans le monde dont Lefebvre nous fait rire jaune à chacun de ses livres, on n’a finalement le droit de vivre que si l’on est « employable ». La question de l’emploi renvoyant à celle de la liberté, quand il s’agit de l’emploi des poètes, Kafka n’est pas loin.
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(Agenda) 22 mars, Paris, autour d'Ossip Mandelstam, avec Jean-Claude Schneider

(Agenda) 22 mars, Paris, autour d'Ossip Mandelstam, avec Jean-Claude Schneider | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it

À l'occasion de la parution, aux éditions Le Bruit du temps/La Dogana, des

 

ŒUVRES COMPLÈTES d'OSSIP MANDELSTAM
traduites par Jean-Claude Schneider

Tschann Libraire et les éditeurs, Florian Rodari et Antoine Jaccottet, ont le plaisir de vous inviter,
le jeudi 22 mars à 19 heures 30, à une rencontre avec Jean-Baptiste Para et le traducteur
qui présenteront l'ouvrage et en liront des extraits.

 

Tschann Libraire | 125 Boulevard du Montparnasse 75006 Paris
Métro: Vavin, Raspail, Notre-Dame-des-Champs


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(Agenda) 16 au 18 mars, Rennes, Festival "Les Polyphonies"

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(Agenda), du vendredi 16 au dimanche 18 mars 2018, Festival Les Polyphonies, rencontres poétiques, à Rennes (35)

 

 

Festival Les Polyphonies

Rencontres poétiques à Rennes

Du 16 au 18 mars 2018

 

 

La Maison de la Poésie de Rennes et Région Bretagne organise du 16 au 18 mars 2018 son festival de rencontres d’auteurs, Les Polyphonies.

Pour cette onzième édition, la parole poétique prendra corps à travers des voix d’auteurs venus de Chine, d’Algérie, de Belgique et de France, et explorera encore une fois des territoires bien singuliers.

Les auteurs invités seront réunis sur la Péniche Spectacle pendant deux jours, le samedi 17 mars  et le dimanche 18 mars 2018, pour des lectures-rencontres.

Le vendredi 16 mars 2018, le festival se déplacera au CRIJ Bretagne pour l’inauguration de sa onzième édition mais aussi du 20e Printemps des Poètes à Rennes et proposera une lecture de l'auteure Marie Cosnay ainsi qu'une proposition artistique co-construite avec l'association Un toit c'est un droit.

Le souhait de la Maison de la Poésie est d’offrir un temps de présence intense et des moments de rencontres et d’échanges autour de la poésie contemporaine durant tout un week-end. Cette diversité des voix a à cœur de dire combien l’ouverture au monde est plus que jamais nécessaire et combien reste précieuse la singularité des uns et des autres.

 

Nous aurons le plaisir de recevoir durant ce week-end :

Marie Cosnay, Xiao Xiao, Zheng Xiaoqiong, Samira Negrouche, Liliane Giraudon, Véronique Pittolo, Marc Dugardin, Armand Dupuy et Sandrine Cnudde.

 

Pour connaître le détail de notre festival et en savoir davantage sur nos auteurs invités, n'hésitez pas à consulter notre site internet : www.maisondelapoesie-rennes.org


Toutes les manifestations sont gratuites.  

Réservation conseillée : 02.99.51.33.32. 


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Vient de paraître / Ludovic Duhem & Kenneth Rabin (dir.) : Design écosocial : convivialités, pratiques situées & nouveaux communs.

Vient de paraître / Ludovic Duhem & Kenneth Rabin (dir.) : Design écosocial : convivialités, pratiques situées & nouveaux communs. | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
Des communs q'il faut à tout prix revisiter !   MW
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G5 INTER_ESPÈCES / Festival Hors pistes / Centre Pompidou - YouTube

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Tiersinclus.fr

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Un site détonant qui nous ouvre au tiers et nous invite à découvrir l'épigenèse du lieu…. MWD
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How Instagram Is Changing the Way We Design Cultural Spaces

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"As neighborhoods, restaurants and museums become more photogenic, are we experiencing an 'Instagramization' of the world?"

 

Penang is one of a number of cities capitalizing on the wild popularity of photo-based social media apps such as Instagram, which has 800 million users (that’s more than a tenth of the world’s population). It’s part of a wider phenomenon of public and private spaces being designed to appeal to users of such apps. This phenomenon is subtly changing our visual landscapes—on the streets, in restaurants, in stores, in museums and more. Call it the “Instagramization” of the world.

Restaurants have been at the forefront of Instagramization. Since social media mentions can make or break a restaurant’s success, owners have become attuned to what visual aspects of food and décor appeal to customers. Restaurant designers are going for photo-friendly background materials like slate and whitewashed wood, and using plain white plates. Some are deliberately incorporating Instagram-appealing visuals that feature the restaurant’s name or logo—floor tiles, neon signs—hoping they’ll wind up in a snap.

 

Tags:  social media, place, culture, architecture, urban.


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Olivia Campanella's curator insight, January 25, 12:12 PM

Over the course of years Instagram has become increasingly popular and especially in Penang. Penang is one out many cities capitalizing on photo based social media such as Instagram. This phenomenon is changing our landscapes, streets, museums, in restauraunts and stores. We call it Instagramization.

James Piccolino's curator insight, January 25, 7:38 PM
I am admittedly a little bit torn on whether this is a good or bad thing. This "Instagramization" does drive art and restaurants to look better, but is it for the right reasons? I have an Instagram, and I do these very same things, but I still have to question the motivations. Are we appreciating art again for the right reasons? Long ago we as humans had an appreciation for art stretching all the way back to cave paintings on walls, long before social media. This trend of only now getting so much into art seems to be more for personal branding, showing off, and trying to impress our friends/followers, maybe even impress ourselves on a deeper level. If we did not hashtag and get likes for our artsy pictures, would we still be so ready to post them, or love them? Do we love the creative world around us? Or do we love what the art around us does for us? There is nothing really wrong with either, but it is a question to consider. The restaurants and tourist spots would probably say "Who cares?" and who could really blame them? They benefit, which is a great thing. I guess when it comes down to it, whether it is for ourselves or for a love of various forms of expression, it is a nice thing that humanity is getting into art again.
Matt Manish's curator insight, January 31, 4:13 PM
This article helps to explain the interesting topic of social media in this current age and how it is shaping our culture. Author of the article Emily Matchar points out how many places in big cities are becoming more and more visually appealing for tourists and customers to come and take pictures for Instagram. She further gives examples of this by how restaurants are putting much more thought into designing their establishments than ever before in hopes that their customers will take a picture there and upload it Instagram. These, restaurants are also creating dishes and beverages that are more colorful as well as pleasing to look at to encourage their customers to post a picture of their food online. Posting these pictures online benefits these restaurants by helping increase their presence online leading to a potentially larger customer base. Matchar goes on to say how this not only changes the way restaurants are trying to use social media to their advantage, but how many other businesses and public places are trying to as well. Pointing out that even museums are coming up with more interactive exhibits for attendees to take pictures of. Overall, I found that this article had an insightful view into the power of social media and how it is molding the way we look at things in our world.
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Giant Artwork Reflects The Gorgeous Complexity of The Human Brain

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The new work at The Franklin Institute may be the most complex and detailed artistic depiction of the brain ever.
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CIP Marseille, 7 avril, Poésie / Muriel Pic, Laurent Perez

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(agenda)  samedi 7 avril 2018, Muriel Pic, Laurent Perez

 

centre international de poésie Marseille - centre de la vieille charité, 2 rue de la Charité, 13002 Marseille — 04 91 91 26 45

 

Vernissage de l'exposition de Muriel Pic, « Désordres » - photomontages et collages, 2005-2017. Avec des interventions et lectures de Muriel Pic et Laurent Perez.

 

http://cipmarseille.fr/evenement_fiche.php?id=1240


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UP Magazine - Junya Ishigami, un architecte la tête dans les nuages

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Dans les réalisations de l’architecte Junya Ishigami, la poésie et la science se rencontrent en vue de créer un univers enfantin, qui alterne entre différents médiums permettant une représentation précise et méticuleuse de la réalité. Mais c’est aussi une approche humaniste sous la question de savoir comment réenchanter le monde ou concevoir d’autres façons d’habiter ou de nouvelles manières de vivre qui caractérisent son travail. Freeing Architecture, première grande exposition personnelle de Junya Ishigami à la Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, incarnera le « paradoxe de la culture japonaise moderne, où la nature est culture et où la culture est portée en avant par la nature. »
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Big-Tent Recovery: An Interview with Leslie Jamison

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Leslie Jamison and Chris Kraus talk about the paradoxically profound and sloganeering rhetorical logic of twelve-step philosophy.
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Genomic changes associated with the evolutionary transitions of Nostoc to a plant symbiont

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The cyanobacteria belonging to the genus Nostoc comprise free-living strains but also facultative plant-symbionts. Symbiotic strains can enter into symbiosis with taxonomically diverse range of host plants. Little is known about genomic changes associated with evolutionary transition of Nostoc from free-living to plant symbiont. Here we compared the genomes derived from eleven symbiotic Nostoc strains isolated from different host plants and infer phylogenetic relationships between strains. Phylogenetic reconstructions of 89 Nostocales showed that symbiotic Nostoc strains with a broad host range, entering epiphytic and intracellular or extracellular endophytic interactions, form a monophyletic clade indicating a common evolutionary history. A polyphyletic origin was found for Nostoc strains which enter only extracellular symbioses, and inference of transfer events implied that this trait was likely acquired several times in the evolution of the Nostocales. Symbiotic Nostoc strains showed enriched functions in transport and metabolism of organic sulfur, chemotaxis and motility, as well as the uptake of phosphate, branched-chain amino acid, and ammonium. The genomes of the intracellular clade differ from that of other Nostoc strains, with a gain/enrichment of genes encoding proteins to generate L-methionine from sulfite and pathways for the degradation of the plant metabolites vanillin and vanillate, and of the macromolecule xylan present in plant cell-walls. These compounds could function as C sources for members of the intracellular clade. Molecular clock analysis indicated that the intracellular clade emerged ca. 600 million years ago, suggesting that intracellular Nostoc symbioses predate the origin of land plants and the emergence of their extant hosts.


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L'Intelligence des Arbres - Jupiter Films

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Un exemple sensible, s'il en est, des découvertes récentes liées à la plasticité végétale ! MW 
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Millions of Chinese farmers reap benefits of huge crop experiment

Millions of Chinese farmers reap benefits of huge crop experiment | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
Decade-long study involving 21 million smallholders shows how evidence-based approaches could improve food security.

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Végétal sans végéter - SOS Neurones - Strange Stuff And Funky Things

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SOS Neurones Le 5 Juillet dernier, je participais à SOS Neurones, une chouette soirée/conférence à Nantes en compagnie d'illustres vulgarisateurs: Chroniques de prof, Balade
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diCHromA Photography | Exhibitions | Sandro Miller, Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters

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Calenda - Redéfinir le monde (de l’art)

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Le colloque a pour objectif de clore trois années intenses de recherche collective, menée dans le cadre du programme PRISME qui envisage la critique d’art, au-delà du seul discours esthétique
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« Être ou devoir être, telle est la question » – La guillotine de Hume | Collectif de Recherche Transdisciplinaire Esprit Critique & Sciences

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Quand la science bouleverse l’art - THEMA : Le temps des ruptures - Cité des sciences et de l'industrie - Expositions, conférences, cinémas, activités culturelles et sorties touristiques pour les e...

Quand la science bouleverse l’art - THEMA : Le temps des ruptures - Cité des sciences et de l'industrie - Expositions, conférences, cinémas, activités culturelles et sorties touristiques pour les e... | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
La cité des sciences et de l'industrie est un établissement public de diffusion de la culture scientifique, technique et industrielle située à Paris, La Villette. La Cité propose expositions, films, conférences et animations pour les enfants et leurs familles.
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Vague de Jazz - Art contemporain à Longeville sur Mer & Les sables d'Olonne - Vendée

Vague de Jazz - Art contemporain à Longeville sur Mer & Les sables d'Olonne - Vendée | PLASTICITIES  « Between matter and form, between experience and consciousness, the active plasticity of the world » | Scoop.it
Association pour la promotion du jazz et des musiques improvisées, organisatrice du Festival Vague de Jazz
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