Join us for a film screening of Integral Man and talk-back conversation.
Wednesday April 18 6:00pm at the Central Public Library John Dutton Theatre
Film Screening: Integral Man by Joseph Clement and talk-back conversation with:
Eileen Kosasih / is a crossover violinist, conductor and music teacher inspired by aesthetics and stories. She is founder of Calgary Arts Orchestra, an ensemble that was dedicated to performing new local classical music.
Pratim Sengupta / works at the nexus of programming language, public space, and open science. He's the Research Chair of STEM Education and a Learning Sciences Professor at the University of Calgary.
Carey van der Zalm / art directs SITE Magazine and is an intern architect at Manasc Isaac. She's interested in an integrated approach to traditional healing and the emotional effects of our built environment.
Tickets $6-15. Doors open at 6pm.
Integral is a mathematical term, but it also infers complete, lacking nothing, and indispensable. When does space transition from matter to experience? Taking a residence designed around a complex curve, join us for a film and conversation to explore design from the perspectives of music and math. We’ll seek to understand intangibles such as quality and emotional spark.
Integral Man is a documentary film about a private residence for James Stewart, a mathematician and musician. The residence was designed by Shim-Sutcliffe Architects. Filmmaker Joseph Clement is a trained landscape architect and this film captures the human relationship with the environment. James Stewart was a former McMaster University professor of mathematics who authored the seminal university-level calculus textbooks starting in the 1980s. He was also a violinist with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. Shim-Sutcliff Architects is a Canadian practice started by Bridgitte Shim and Howard Sutcliff in 1994 and recognized with a dozen Governor General Medals for Architecture. The residence is an unusual L-shaped curvilinear form with notable glazing punctuated with fins of white oak.
The invitation above is by Nicole Wolf, Calgary, Alberta.