16th international art-sci juried exhibition is on view at the New York Hall of Science thru March 29, 2015
Our art+science co-jurors selected 27 artists and two neuroscientists from the 156 entrants from around the world [42 images]. Read the Joror Statements and view the online exhibition.
ASCI Director, Cynthia Pannucci with Juror, Dr. Anjan Chatterjee at Artists Reception on Oct.26, 2014.
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Mara G. Haseltine to give a public talk, "Supernatural: Art, Animism, and our Relationship with our Biosphere" at Tatiana Pages Gallery, Harlem, NYC; Jan.22, 2015 6pm reception and 7pm lecture.
Detail of Elaine Whittaker's "I Caught It At The Movies" installation was featured on Photomediations Machine online.
Geoffrey Harrison's solo show of anatomical paintings use imagination "to make whole" disembodied body parts; The End is Near Gallery, 465A 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY; thru Jan.31, 2015.
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Call for Submissions for "The Buzz Stops Here," an encaustics exhibit featuring the art & conservation of honey bees; Juror: Barrett Klein; deadline March 8, 2015.
“Trust Me, I’m an Artist: Developing Ethical Frameworks for Artists, Cultural Institutions and Audiences Engaged in the Challenges of Creating and Experiencing New Art Forms in Biotechnology and Biomedicine in Europe” is co-led by artist Anna Dumitriu and Bobbie Farsides.
"Hybrid Bodies" is an international art-science research project on heart transplantation and its psychological effects.
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