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ASCI began organizing art-tech exhibitions in 1992 and since 2002, they have been inspired by science ("art-sci") no matter what method is employed to create the aesthetic images. They have mostly been held at venues in New York City (our hometown) but some were commissioned for out-of-town, and one even traveled to Australia! All of our physical exhibitions have a corresponding "online exhibition" so the work can be shared globally.


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Biodiversity/Extinction
17th international jurored art-sci exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Oct.10, 2015 - March 28, 2016

is available to travel !

Some of the issues that inspired the art-sci practitioners selected for this exhibition are: habitat loss and biodiversity, endangered species and extinction, ecosystem services, and empathy for animal species.





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The Brain
16th international jurored art-sci exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Oct.11, 2014 - March 29, 2015

is available to travel !

Some of the issues that inspired the art-sci practitioners selected for this exhibition are: MRI and fMRI imaging technologies, the beauty of the brain, mapping the brain, new neuroscience, and neural maladies.


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The Cosmos

15th international jurored art-sci exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Aug.31, 2013 - March 2, 2014
is available to travel !

Some of the issues that inspired the art-sci practitioners selected for this exhibition are: how to use kitchen-counter, lab, or art studio experiments to create images (or even capture sounds) of other-worldly existence.


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Vital Signs
14th international jurored art-sci exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Sept.4, 2012 - Feb.28, 2013

For many 21st century artists, the Internet's rich supply of public domain images of living organisms (animals, including humans and insects; plants, and even bacteria) has dramatically affected the degree to which biology inspires art.



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THE ALCHEMY OF CHANGE
13th international digital print exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Sept.3, 2011 - Feb.5, 2012

The magic of physical states of transition, called alchemy by our earliest scientists, became the science of chemistry. This exhibition celebrated the International Year of Chemistry by inviting artists and scientists to show us their vision of this deeply fundamental enabler of life called chemistry.




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PLANET EARTH
12th international digital print exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Oct.3 2010 - Jan.31, 2011

It's difficult for anyone to grasp the “big picture” of planet Earth unless they read, look at photos, and finally … use their imagination to conceptualize and envision it. Is public perception of planet Earth changing as we learn more from explorers, scientists, and artists?


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MYSTERIES IN SCIENCE
11th international jurored art-sci exhibition
at the New York Hall of Science
Oct.3 2009 - Feb.8, 2010
is available to travel !


No matter how many breakthroughs there are in modern science, life in our universe and on planet Earth is still full of mystery. Questions abound and new fields of science like biomimicry, astrophysics, nanoscience, neurobiology, biomedicine, systems science, and others are birthed to find answers. How is this inspiring today's artists?



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Imagination
On Behalf of Our Planet

 international jurored exhibition 
at the New York Hall of Science
Oct ober 4, 2008 - January 25, 2009

Click for online exhibition



 
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Pattern-Finding
October 6, 2007 - January 27, 2008
at the New York Hall of Science




"The Landscapes of Modern Science"

July 9 - Dec.9, 2007
for Pfizer's Headquarters, NYC



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"Bio/Med SciART"

Sept.30, 2006 - Jan.15, 2007
at the New York Hall of Science

Splan-Herpes
Herpes Virus: from Doilies Series
Laura Splan Solo Exhibition




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  E X Q U I S I T E
Oct.1, 2005 - Jan.15, 2006
ASCI's 7th International Digital Print Competition/Exhibition


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TOMORROW
Sept.10 - Dec. 5, 2004
ASCI's 6th International Digital Print
Competition/Exhibition




LEFT

DARK SCIENCE
March 26, 2003 - May 30, 2003
Collaborative Exhibition by 
ASCI & gallerythe.org





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Completed by Nature
January 21 - March 21, 2003

collaborative exhibition by
ASCI & gallerythe.org


Envisioning Time, Space, and the Future

Sept.28, 2002 - Jan. 31, 2003



Ecco Vanitas: Rethinking Still Lives
Nov. 6, 2002 - Jan.18, 2003
Collaborative Exhibition by 
ASCI & gallerythe.org




digital 01

Our Sci-Tech World
Sept.29, 2001 - Jan.25, 2002   international digital print exhibition



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International Digital Print Exhibition
June 28 - December 30, 2000 

international digital print exhibition



digital 1999

International Digital Print Exhibition
Sept. 12 - Nov. 28, 1999 
international digital print exhibition



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WOMENTEK Exhibition
Oct. 6 - 31, 1998 
Rosemont College, Philly 



digital 1998


ASCI's First Digital Print Exhibition
Sept.13 - Dec. 6, 1998
and
"Collectibility & The Digital Print"
Sept.27, 1998 
symposium at The Cooper Union, NYC


Lightforms'98
April 18 - May 31, 1998
An International Competition and Exhibition of Light Art
The New York Hall of Science


art AND technology
Sept.16 - Oct.28, 1995

Staller Center for the Arts
Stony Brook University, NY


THE DIGITALISTS
Sept.06 - Oct.06, 1995 

Marymount Manhattan College


LUMEN-ESSENCE II
Sept. 01 - Sept. 30, 1996
at Westbeth Gallery, NYC


BICOASTAL ONLINE
Digital Art
Aug.06 - Sept.02, 1995
NYC & LA



SpringWorks'95: Interactive Art
 The New York Hall of Science
May 17 - May 21, 1995



"SpringWorks:  Pull of Kintetics II" 
After seeing our first "Pull of Kinetics" show, a larger-scale exhibition was commissioned by the New York Hall of Science for their Great Hall in 
April 1993

[catalog documentation soon]



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 click for exhibition catalog 

This was the first group exhibition of members of Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. which was founded in New York City in 1988. The show was curated by ASCI Founder/Director, Cynthia Pannucci and installed in the Artist Access Gallery, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NYC, April 26 - May 24, 1992. The artists included were: Daniela Bertol, Jo-Ann Castano, Sydney Cash, Robert Chambers, Flash Light, Ray Rapp, Joan Marie Giroux, Peter Terezakis, Nancy Meli Walker, Tim Watkins, and Mary Ziegler.



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