|The First Art Newspaper on the Net
||Established in 1996
|| Tuesday, May 24, 2016
|GV Art: London hub for art and science discourses opens exhibition|
Critical Species (Primates) by Simon Westgate.
LONDON.- Future Human plays with the possible, the probable and the implausible through a collection of interdisciplinary artworks, experiments and speculative designs.
The exhibition brings together the works of an interdisciplinary group of art and science students engaged in collaborative experimentation and research through the Broad Vision art/science programme at the University of Westminster. The resulting works - involving microbiology, decellularisation and programming, design, animation and photography show what exciting things happen when a group of curious and questioning minds come together to explore alien territories, work with unfamiliar materials, and develop new ways of thinking.
Integrating art and science, Future Human invites visitors to imagine a time where humans have evolved to survive a dark earth; where disabilities are seen as abilities; where energy is created by our activities rather than consumed; and where the city lies beyond recognition. The Broad Vision ethos encourages self-directed learning through the sharing of skills and asking What if
The exhibition, which runs until 28 June, will be accompanied by a series of free events designed to engage audiences in some of the laboratory/studio practices experienced on the Broad Vision project, and share the research and practice of the art and science students. Events include creative art/science workshops for children and an evening symposium exploring interdisciplinary research and inquiry - all events designed and delivered by Broad Vision staff and students working in partnership.
Heather Barnett, Broad Vision Project Lead at the University of Westminster said: The University of Westminsters Broad Vision project is an innovative interdisciplinary model for learning, which puts the students in charge of their own research and allows them to explore new and stimulating interactions between art and science. The exhibition and accompanying events programme are fantastic opportunities for the students to showcase the results of their collaborations and engage the public with their creative interdisciplinary inquiry.
June 5, 2014
Exhibition at Moderna Museet in Stockholm features over 100 works by Nils Dardel
Bacon's 'Study For The Head of Lucian Freud' included in Christie's Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale
John Lennon Drawings and Manuscripts Sale 100% sold at Sotheby's New York
Looted more than 40 years ago, Khmer statues returned to Cambodia from United States
A "new" Rembrandt at Joslyn Art Museum; Conserved portrait of Dirck van Os unveiled
Robin Nicholson named Director of the Frick Art & Historical Center in Pittsburgh
Guggenheim issues global call for entries in design competition for new proposed museum in Helsinki
Bourne Fine Art in Edinburgh opens exhibition by one of Scotlands best loved artists
Science Museum, London announce new Research Centre, designed by Coffey Architects
Exhibition of new paintings by Aaron Curry opens at Michael Werner Gallery, London
Contemporary Brazilian artist Adriana Varejão opens exhibition at Victoria Miro Mayfair
Record breaking day for Lyon & Turnbull as Blue & White Ming Style Dragon charger sells for £427,250
Christie's London announces annual sale dedicated to ceramics by Pablo Picasso
Berry Campbell Gallery features Susan Vecsey and James Walsh
Charities to benefit from sale of Mercedes-Benz 500 K Special roadster
Birds: A group exhibition curated by Marina T. Schindler opens at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery
Nationalmuseum Sweden acquires \View of San Pietro in Vincoli in Rome' by Constantin Hansen
GV Art: London hub for art and science discourses opens exhibition
Multimedia artist Peter Martensen opens exhibition at Bertrand Delacroix Gallery
Irish author wins top Spanish literary award
Nitrate: Xavier Ribas' most recent project opens at Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona
Kewenig opens Kimsooja's solo show in Palma de Mallorca
Ali Gass appointed to new position at Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University
Most Popular Last Seven Days
1.- Basquiat sets artist record at Christie's New York sale at $57.3 million
2.- Sotheby's New York Contemporary Art Evening Auction achieves $242,194,000
3.- "Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China's Silk Road" opens in L.A.
4.- San Francisco's revamped modern art museum eyes global splash
5.- Sotheby's to offer Henri Gervex's réplique of his 1878 succès de scandale, 'Rolla'
6.- One of the Cleveland Museum of Art's greatest paintings re-installed for centennial year
7.- Japan vagina artist Megumi Igarashi convicted in obscenity case; Slapped with a $3,700 fine
8.- Exhibition of approximately fifty works lights up the Bruce Museum in Greenwich
9.- New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art opens exhibit of Turner whaling paintings
10.- The Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson presents the dazzling work of Francesca Woodman
Museums, Exhibits, Artists, Milestones, Digital Art, Architecture, Photography,
Photographers, Special Photos, Special Reports, Featured Stories, Auctions, Art Fairs,
Anecdotes, Art Quiz, Education, Mythology, 3D Images, Last Week, .
|Royalville Communications, Inc|
Tell a Friend
Dear User, please complete the form below in order to recommend the Artdaily newsletter to someone you know.
Please complete all fields marked *.