The Botanical Museum of the National University of Córdoba presented the proposal on June 5 BIODIVERSA, views on native forests.

This experience invites you to think about our native forests and their conservation. To achieve this, the museum incorporated lights and sounds to live the experience in a closer way.

The organizing team explained to El Resaltador that the objective is that the sounds and images presented with a strong artistic component, mobilize the public so that they “reflect on the importance of maintaining and recovering what has been lost from the native forest”.

“The idea is to put the value of the natural environment and its problems into the perspective of the public through a creation that fuses art with science. For this, it was possible to convene both expert research teams in socio-environmental issues and artists with environmental sensitivity”, said Andrea Cocucci, doctor in Biological Sciences and director of the Botanical Museum.

For his part, the sculptor Simón Ibáñez Durán, remarked the union of art and science: “they are born from the human being and develop in parallel, and are often even linked. They are two very different branches in appearance, but they can also coexist and find themselves in the same project, like this one”.

What days and at what times can you visit the exhibition? From Monday to Saturday from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. It is important to note that admission is free and free.

Schools or groups can request shifts to:

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