This two-part exhibition explores imaging, imagination, interpretation and inspiration; how artists experiment and how scientists create; how diverse disciplines inspire and challenge each other in order to further understanding and expand the visual lexicon.
PART ONE: IMAGES FROM SCIENCE 2
22 ' 28 May 2012
An exhibition of stunning imagery from the world of science - created via technologies as diverse as large format black and white photography, atomic force microscopy, magnetic resonance imaging and the Hubble Space Telescope - demonstrating how imaging technologies shift our perspective and aid our understanding.
PART TWO: INSPIRED BYâ¦
30 May ' 17 June 2012
Taking Images from Science 2 as starting points for discussion and seeds of inspiration, art and science students have been working together to develop their responses and explore these questions. The creative processes are presented in the exhibition through diverse media, including photography, illustration, sculpture and animation. Results of students' enquiries and successes are shared in the exhibition alongside work documenting the process of interdisciplinary learning and exchange.
ALL ABOUT IMAGING SYMPOSIUM
Wednesday 30 May, 10.30am- 6.30pm
Talks, discussions and workshops - for professionals, students and public alike - on the diverse subjects of human vision, medical imaging, computer vision, art reproduction and forensic photography. Event organised in collaboration with the Imaging Science Group of the Royal Photographic Society.
Free to attend ' information and registration at: www.westminster.ac.uk/all-about-imaging
INSPIRED BYâ¦ SYMPOSIUM
Thursday 31 May 2012, 2 ' 5pm
Join the staff and student researchers for an afternoon exploring innovative approaches to research and learning undertaken on the Broad Vision interdisciplinary programme. Students and staff from the arts and sciences will share the results of their collaborative work on Inspired by... and discuss the opportunities and challenges of working across disciplines.
Free to attend ' information and registration at: www.westminster.ac.uk/broad-vision