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SELECTED EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS
‘Self-Assembling Phenomena and the Dendritic Form’
Symposium that is to accompany and inform Andrew Carnie’s work-in-progress exhibition, The Winter Tree, at the Winchester Gallery Monday 25th – Saturday 30th
Conference – 2019 European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly (Vienna, Austria, 07-12 April 2019) – Abstract Presentation
‘Artist in Resonance’, Datami Festival and Exhibition
A collaboration with physicist Dr. Daniel Tirelli and the Elsa Laboratory in Italy has been selected to be curated into the ‘Resonances’ exhibition for the European Commission. We will create an art installation that explores new ways of visualising modal analysis and acoustics.
Modern Art Exhibition
Cultural Center in South Korea
October 12th to 15th, 2018
12th International Conference On Physics Of Advanced Materials
3rd Art and Science Exhibition in Heraklion, Greece
Preparation for ‘Resonances III’
The European Commission
Joint Research Council, Ispra, Italy
The aim of the project is to inject ideas into EU policymaking with scientists, hopefully leading to an art installation. I am to present my work as part of the ‘Big Data’ conference. I have accordingly been asked to register in the EU’s Expert Database.
SciArt at the Cavendish Laboratory
‘Making Sense of the World’
SciArt in Cambridge presents the first Cambridge SciArt Exhibition at the Cavendish Laboratory as part of the Cambridge Science Festival. The Cavendish Labs provide a setting for physics inspired artwork, having some relationship with Physics or its language – Mathematics – therefore tying in with the theme of Cambridge Science Festival 2018 “Making Sense of the World”.
Work Selected For : A Grand Exposition
Science Festival, Manchester
CSM x CMS : Entangled
Four Corners Gallery, London
Twenty artists from Central Saint Martins respond to their December 2016 visit to CERN and the CMS detector in a student-led exhibition at Four Corners Gallery, London
Central Saint Martins MA Degree Show, University of the Arts London
Intersection of Art and Science
A presentation of artwork in a slideshow and the formation of a cloud chamber workshop
Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) Festival of Science
Imperial College, London
The festival was an opportunity for CDT students to showcase current research and scientific issues to the community at Imperial College London. This year’s theme “Science and Art – Exploring Creativity” explored the features of the creative process. I displayed some of my work as part of an exhibition.
Museo Marca, Armonie d’Arte Foundation, Italy
An opportunity for artists to contribute to the creation of a map of modern printmaking and asemic writing.
University of Westminster, University of the Arts London
I helped to organise London LASER : a series of evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversation with an audience.
Why Make it Simple, When You Can Make it Complex?
Arts Catalyst, London
This event arose from a month long collaboration between a group of students from MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins, UAL, and recent graduates from Goldsmiths and Farnham. The group came together as performers in Robert Whitman’s new commission ‘Side Effects’, produced as part of Arts Catalyst’s current season ‘9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering Revisited 1966/2016’.
Cryptic, Art and Science
The Crypt Gallery, Euston, London
An exhibition bringing together the work of 15 international artists and scientists from the Central Saint Martins’ Postgraduate Art programme.
Lethaby Gallery Art Auction
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design
Work auctioned in the Lethaby Gallery alongside donations by Anthony Gormley, Maggi Hambling CBE, Grayson Perry, Mona Hatoum, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Raqib Shaw
Side Effects by Robert Whitman
King’s Cross, London
Robert Whitman co-produced ‘9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering’ (nine events held between 13–23 October 1966) in collaboration with engineers Billy Klüver and Fred Waldhauer and fellow artist Robert Rauschenberg, to start Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) Fifty years later Whitman produced a new work, which I performed in for this Side Effects event.
Who Are You
Wimbledon College of Arts
A digital theatre exhibition in collaboration with Carol Kwok
Print / 5
The Bomb Factory Art Foundation, London
Print/5 brought together work by artists exploring innovative approaches to printmaking at CSM.
Palais de Tokyo, Paris
The Atrium, Granary Square, Central Saint Martins
Artists were invited to submit proposals that reflect on the role of mathematics within their practice, whether it relates to their work conceptually, underpins its construction or has some other relationship with it.
Our Laughter will Drown your Sorrows
The Laundry, Hackney, London
Central Saint Martins, London
A collaboration with Gustav Metzger
Brick Lane, London
Physics in Art Collaboration
Fringe at Bath Ignites Research, 44AD
A showcase of artist and researcher collaborations. Responses to lectures delivered at the University of Bath. A collaboration with Dr. Marcin Mucha-Kruczyński
No Working Title
Tate Modern, London
Pembroke Bay, Guernsey
Student collaboration with Andy Goldsworthy
Resonance III Festival – Artist in Resonance, European Commission, 2019
Guernsey Museum & Art Gallery
Summer, 2014; Work Present from Easter 2015 until Summer 2016
An exploration of the Museum’s collections and various historic sites to interpret the collection through a final piece of work, its history or associated sites. The commissioned art work is included in the Museum’s collection.
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
PhD – ‘Natural Design and the Automatic Image’
Full Scholarship Awarded for Study
MA Art and Science
Central Saint Martins,
University of the Arts London
BA (Hons.) Fine Art
Bath Spa University
E-Squared Magazine – Art + Science, Rhode Island, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press
Lighthouse Literary Journal, Norwich
SciArt Magazine, Cambridge, Massachusetts (2017) – work reviewed
Minetta Review, New York University