Natural selection… a time of change Current research project, ‘Growing Likeness’ is in progress by Dr Eleanor Gates-Stuart (StudioLab eleanorgatestuart). This work extends her interests in biometrics and follows on … Continue reading Growing Likeness
Feel the blood running through my veins… Blood Fusion – ongoing research Abstract ‘The term, ‘feel the blood running through my veins’ is often used to describe our emotions: our … Continue reading Blood Fusion (Orchids)
Visualising insects: a creative partnership in all dimensions .. being part of a scientific research organisation and collaborating with scientists In this project, a unique collaboration between a scientist and an artist … Continue reading Visualising Insects – bugs & all
StellrScope , a major artwork of the *Centenary of Canberra Science Art Commission, supported by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government and the Australian Government, explores the story connecting the Canberra region to Australia’s major wheat crop, from the times of William Farrer through to current science research at CSIRO.
FingerCodes: Exploring Identity through Science and Art “It is all so simple, a fingerprint, an impression of my finger – the printed mark. Black? Blue? Red? … Yes black. The … Continue reading FingerCodes
Earthquake completed for ‘Shirty Science’ with much fun having collaborated with Scientist Dr Marija Mustac, a Seismologist and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Australian National University. Shirty Science, an initiative of … Continue reading Team Earthquake @ Shirty Science
Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart Painting with VR – Testing the Google Tilt Brush at Data61, CSIRO.
Artworks include: The first public exhibition for these artists and with their Professor, Eleanor Gates-Stuart. 愛莉諾 Eleanor Gates-Stuart 徐凡 Hsu Fan 黃佩珊 Huang Pei-Shan 于庭懿 Yu Ting-Yi 羅翊寧 Lo Yi-Ning 葉泰佑 Ye Tai-You 李宜瑾 Lee … Continue reading Breaking Windows Theory
NCKU Thank you ATWEN for publishing this article. Working in both Australia and Taiwan. Forging links and creative discussions: National Science and Technology Museum http://www.nstm.gov.tw/english/
Techno Art Program – Public Art Project ‘Lantern Festival’
Masters Students on the Techno Art Program (NCKU) are working in collaborative teams to produce artworks with light for the Festival Commission. A key feature is consideration of audience engagement and themetic ties to the local culture.