Working with Art in the Sciences

Posts tagged “Virus

Family Genes

'Family Genes' by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

‘Family Genes’ by Artist, Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Revisiting artworks ‘Virus’ … actually these ones were never really completed rather a state of mind – thoughts expressed as video installations. The theme lead to other things such as my focus on Science+Art and the opportunity to research bioinformatics and genetic variation through other works such as ‘StellrScope’ and ‘FingerCodes’.  

Amazing to see my family’s involvement in my work, how they have been a part of my work (always) and with tremendous respect to them.

AcknowledgementAuguste Soesastro who kindly provided his textile works for adaption in the artworks   


Science’Scapes

‘Spheres’, Image created by Eleanor Gates-Stuart for M O O N S T U A R T

Above image is part of the M O O N S T U A R T multimedia installation ‘Disparate Beings’.

Interchangeable Science’ScapesVisualising Science

Poster presented as part of  the Poster Session & Presentation, ‘Interchangable Science’Scapes’, Bioinformatics Focus On Analytical Methods (FOAM) 2012, part of the Computational and Simulation Sciences and eResearch Annual Conference, CSIRO, 2012.

Interchangeable Science’Scapes, Poster by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

Features images, Biosecurity as Art, created for the Australian Biosecurity Intelligence Network and Viral Connections for M O O N S T U A R T.

 


Viral Connections

‘Virus Series’ by Eleanor Gates-Stuart

On going research relating to imagery beyond visual identification in scientific experiment. ‘Virus Series’ is an abstractive collection of viral depictions used as video ‘painting’ installation – a series of works conceptually evident and fused into new work, particularly ‘FingerCodes’.