Dr. Stefania Kapsetaki

I'm Dr. Stefania Kapsetaki, a Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Arizona State University working on chimerism and cancer across species. I'm also a professional pianist, and advocate of bridging the gap between science and the arts.

Get in touch: 

https://stkapsetaki.wixsite.com/-mou

skapseta@asu.edu

What was the inspiration behind your artwork?

Through art I try to express and find new concepts. This artwork was inspired by the lockdown in the pandemic, in other words the willingness to break the barriers of our home and freely travel again. 

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What do you see as the similarity between science and art? Why is science-art important in today’s society?

The fundamental principles of science and art are very similar. For example, one can think of Leonardo DaVinci's work to realise the interplay between science and art. Bridging the gap between science and art is important in every society, including today's society. A work of art/music helps people communicate in a universal language. They learn to listen and respect each other.

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