Data, Truth & Beauty
24-29 May, 11-6 daily
GV Art gallery, London
The Broad Vision project presents an art/science exhibition exploring the integrity and aesthetics of information. Artworks and artefacts include data bending, bacterial portraiture, self-illuminating sculpture and dream inducing installations. All accompanied by an interdisciplinary events programme of workshops (25 May) and a symposium (28 May).
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Saturday, 25 May, 1.00 - 5.00pm (drop in)
Data, Truth & Beauty: BioArtTechHack at GV art gallery,
49 Chiltern Street,
London W1U 6LY.
Tel: 020 8408 9800.
An afternoon of molecular sculpture, data hide and seek, and playful programming.
Tuesday, 28 May, 6.00 - 9.00pm
Data, Truth & Beauty: Symposium at the University of Westminster,
Marylebone Road Campus
An evening of presentations and discussion about Data, Truth & Beauty in science and art.
Recent conference presentations include:
Mutamorphosis: Tribute to Uncertainty (Interdisciplinary Conference). CIANT, Prague (December 2012)
RAISE Conference: Student Engagement as a shared agenda: people, places, practices. University of Southampton (September 2012)
Subtle Technologies Festival. Ryerson University, Toronto (May 2012)
Inspired by... Images from Science was officially launched on 28 February 2013 at GV Art gallery, London.
The book, presenting the work produced on the 2012 art/science learning programme, is available from Blackwells’ at Wellcome Collection and from the University booksellers via. See for more info.
The 2011 publication, The Art & Science of Looking, is also available in Blackwells' and via