Opening to the public this Monday is "Our Senses: An immersive Experience," the latest multimedia exhibition from New York's American Museum of Natural History.
"Mark Dion: Misadventures of a 21st-Century Naturalist" is currently on view at ICA Boston. The first mid-career U.S. survey of one of SciArt's most astute contemporary visual commentators, this collection of Dion's work explores nature and natural history in sculpture and installation. Dion's trademark style of artist-as-natural-scientist reframes history and the way we perceive our relationship with nature through his meticulous arrangements, repurposing of scientific objects, and even collaboration with live finches.
Get your spooky fix this Halloween with "Curious and Curiouser: Surprising finds from the Rakow Library" on view at Corning Museum of Glass. Including 19th century art of prosthetic eyes to 20th century patented plans for preserving deceased persons in glass, Corning Museum of Glass's Rakow Library is a treasure trove of the rich history of glass in its variety of material cultural and scientific uses.
This November 4th Future Fires and The Midway present "Luminary (Expanded)." Featuring multimedia works of art that surround the human body, this festival includes performance art, wearable tech, percussion, sculpture, and "selfies [that] rain like confetti from the sky."
"Science Inspires Art: OCEAN" organized by Art & Science Collaborations Inc. (ASCI) is the 19th international juried art show by this 30-year-old nonprofit. "With every grain of sand, sod, and soil spoken for on the shore, the artists in this exhibit are deeply connected to the mystery and great unmined truths of the last thing no one can claim: the sea," writes Diana Moore, co-juror of the exhibition.
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