Exhibition

Deconstructing patterns: art and science in conversation

1 Feb 2018 – 1 Dec 2018

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Opening Times: Wed 10:00-20:00, Thu - Sat 10:00-16:00

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Free event

The Francis Crick Institute

London
England, United Kingdom

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'Deconstructing patterns: art and science in conversation' is a collaboration between leading scientists and artists in the field of sculpture, film and spoken word.

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Whilst we are surrounded by patterns we can see with the naked eye, this exhibition provides an introduction to the surprising and beautiful world of microscopic patterns that can only be revealed by powerful tools and technologies. Deconstructing patterns is a collaboration between scientists at the Francis Crick Institute and artists in the field of sculpture, film and spoken word. The exhibition features a new commission by visual artist Helen Pynor; a soundscape installation created by poet Sarah Howe & sound artist Chu-Li Shewring; and a short film made by young filmmakers as part of Holborn Community Association’s 1A Arts Project. 

Curators

Bryony Benge-Abbott

Exhibiting artists

Helen Pynor

Sarah Howe

Chu-Li Shewring

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