Ohme is a team of engineers and cultural professionals who since 2017 are committed to redefining the boundaries of scientific and artistic disciplines. By combining science and art, Ohme brings innovative educational and artistic projects to life. On 23 April 2022, their performance Tales of Entropy will take place in the Chapelle de Boondael as part of the Women’s voices concert series.
Passionate about art, science and education, the Ohme team develops performances, exhibitions, academic meetings, installations and other multidisciplinary events to address a wide range of topics, from physics to music, from neuroscience to digital arts, from design to social sciences.
In a spirit of co-creation, Ohme’s projects are always designed in partnership with artists, scientists, academics, cultural professionals and students.
Ohme pays particular attention to the place of women in the world of art and science. Their exhibition F.A.S.T. Femmes. Arts. Sciences. Technologies. which took place from 11/02 to 06/03 in the high-voltage laboratory of the Ecole Polytechnique de Bruxelles, is an example of this. At the Chapelle de Boondael, the invisibilisation of women in the history of the arts and sciences will be the subject of a conference that will precede the performance Tales of Entropy.
Tales of Entropy
Tales of Entropy
is an audiovisual performance combining music and scientific experimentation. You will witness the live manipulation of organic compounds: from liquid to liquid crystal to crystal and back again. A microscope takes the audience for a stroll in a hypnotic landscape, condensed in the space of one single millimetre, exploring different states of matter. Judith Hoorens will play her new piano pieces (‘La Reine Seule’), revealing the storytelling capacity of organic compounds.
About Women’s voices
Women’s Voices, a serie of five concerts between November 2021 and June 2022, honours women singers and musicians in different musical styles. Three concerts are scheduled on Sunday mornings, allowing a moment of convivial exchange between the artists and an intergenerational audience.
Chapelle de Boondael
Square du Vieux Tilleul 10