Review of recent Future Human Symposium in SciArt in America

Review of our recent Future Human Symposium at GV art gallery, by Liane Fredericks, in SciArt in America

To step into a program like Broad Vision, students have to accept that it might not be the most direct route to PhD funding. They need to be prepared to work within an emergent and “chaordic” learning process. In return, Broad Vision provides an unpatronizing mentored space for students to go beyond their disciplinary silos.”


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Illustration gallery of Broad Vision HEA seminar by Liam Willday

Gallery of illustrations by Broad Vision student Liam Willday, made throughout the day on 20 November 2013 as people presented projects and discussions were had.

See more work by Liam at

Data, Truth and Beauty Symposium with special guest, Helen Arney

Data, Truth and Beauty Symposium

Tuesday 28 May, 6-9pm

To complement the ‘Data, Truth & Beauty’ exhibition at GV art 24-29 May, the Broad Vision team invite you to an evening of presentations and discussion, topics to include: creativity in art and science, working with biological materials, data hide and seek, the trouble with representation, interdisciplinary collaboration, curiosity, freedom and inquiry.

With special guest turn from science-comedy-musician Helen Arney (Festival of the Spoken Nerd).

Drinks will be served.

Places are free but booking is required.

Please register here.

University of Westminster

Marylebone Road Campus (MG14)

Directions to venue

Broad Vision presents: Data, Truth & Beauty

Broad Vision presents

Data, Truth & Beauty

Inside Robbie’s Nose, Mellissa Fisher, Kitti Edwards, Freddie Bell


PRIVATE VIEW: Thursday 23 May 2013, 6-9pm


Exhibition continues 24-29 May, 11-6 daily

GV Art gallery, London

49 Chiltern St London W1U 6LY

020 8408 9800

The University of Westminster’s Broad Vision project presents ‘Data, Truth & Beauty’, an exhibition exploring the integrity and aesthetics of information. Opening at GV Art gallery, London on 23 May, the exhibition and accompanying events bring together the works of an interdisciplinary group of art and science students engaged in collaborative experimentation and research.  Featured works include data bending and glitch art, bacterial portraiture and self-illuminating sculpture, studies on perception, and dream inducing installations – the result of what happens when a group of curious and questioning minds come together to explore new territories and ask ‘What if…?’

Accompanying Events:


Saturday, 25 May, 1.00 – 5.00pm (drop in, no booking necesssary)

Data, Truth & Beauty: BioArtTechHack at GV art gallery, London.

An afternoon of molecular sculpture, data hide and seek, and playful programming.

Tuesday, 28 May, 6.00 – 9.00pm (register here)

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.

Broad Vision Symposium, 31 May 2012

Broad Vision

Student panel discussion chaired by Dr Silke Lange © Chiara Ceolin

Symposium panel discussion on interdisciplinary learning on the Broad Vision programme, chaired by Silke Lange, featuring Thais Dutra Muller, Sara Farajallah, Zara Hoshi Miller Teece, Thomas Langley, Panikos Michaelides, and Frida Petersson.

Other speakers discussing aspects of interdisciplinary research were Heather Barnett, Silke Lange, John Smith, Ramon De Assis Figueiredo, (words of) Joshua Dinsmore, Mellissa Fisher, Danny Garside, and Simon Westgate.