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Student artists inspired by work of Nobel laureates

Published torsdag 11 december 2014 kl 13.10
"It opens a new door into science."
(5:32 min)
The Nobel Museum. Photo: Nobelmuseet
The Nobel Museum. Photo: Nobelmuseet

Artistic interpretations of scientific ideas might seem like an odd idea, but they provide new gateways to understanding and can open the way to another creative universe, that's according to Olov Amelin, the director of the Nobel Museum in Stockholm.

Sweden's Nobel Museum is trying to combine the story of some of the world's leading scientists with the inventiveness and energy of the students of Beckman's College of Design and the Royal College of Music in Stockholm.

This is especially important today with society facing increasingly complicated questions, according to Olov Amelin, director of the Nobel Museum in Stockholm.

The Nobel Creations Project combines the story of some of the world’s leading creators with the inventiveness of students at the Beckmans College of Design and the Royal College of Music. The Students have created interpretations of the discoveries and achievements of this year’s Nobel Laureates in the form of fashion, music and design.

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