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Euphonia - Exhibition Review, Bluecoat

In its final week of exhibit, Bluecoat is the current host of Euphonia, an immersive exhibition by British artist Emma Smith (1981), exploring the music of social communication. 683 more words


Of Mice and Men New Work in Pietrasanta

Futura Gallery, Pietrasanta has a collective show of contemporary art by Andy Warhol, Philippe Delenseigne, Szymon Oltarzewski and Anthony Moman until the 6th July. 14 more words

The Suttie Arts Space FFC-MRI commission opportunity

GHAT are pleased to announce an open call for an artist to investigate the work currently being developed by the IDentIFY research project and its link to… 465 more words

Art And Science

Embryology: Divided we begin

Having spent the past nine months learning about what, and how we are, having passed both Fundamental Anatomy modules and the Neuroanatomy module, the final course on the online Anatomical Sciences course that I am studying with Edinburgh University is about where we come from – Embryology. 252 more words

Decommissioning and the Jigsaw of Alternative Futures

Scottish artist Sue Jane Taylor’s The Age of Oil is on display in the SDRL ground-floor gallery until 8 July, feeling like an exhibition from a future which cannot be imagined without engagement with the past. 340 more words


Crossing Fields at Central Saint Martins

I have an interest in the relationship between the arts and sciences (see, e.g., here), and today a few of us from the Crick Institute received a guided tour of a nice exhibition at Central Saint Martins. 56 more words


Bear Necessities Sculpture by Anthony Moman in Milan during Design Week


It was a real challenge to create a cuddly figure out of a divisive but highly symbolic medical instrument.                                                                                                                     
 The syringes used to create these sculptures provoke mixed reactions – for some there is a slightly awkward feeling that they are just a little bit inappropriate. 130 more words