"Observing Vision." Created in collaboration with Dr. Jeremy Ullmann, Research Fellow in Neurology at Boston Children's Hospital. Taking advantage of the transparent skin of the zebrafish we were able to image and observe individual neurons within the living brain. Many gigabytes of individual images were captured and reconstructed to produce the images of the fish shown here. These images were captured at high-resolution in 3D using state-of-the-art fluorescence microscopy at the University of Queensland's, Queensland Brain Institute.
"SUBMERGED" is SciArt Center's most recent exhibition, and surrounds themes of water in its variety of forms and the creatures that inhabit it. Exhibit curator Marnie Benney asked artist and neuroscientist Luke Maninov Hammond to share a bit about his work, and the artistic and scientific processes behind it:
"SUBMERGED" is SciArt Center's most recent exhibition, and surrounds themes of water in its variety of forms and the creatures that inhabit it. Exhibit curator Marnie Benney asked artist duo Julia Krolik and Owen Fernley to share a bit about their work, and the artistic and scientific processes behind their piece Depth to Water:
On view now through February 3, 2018 is "Engineered Equanimity: The Machines of Steven Pippin" at The Edge, University of Bath, United Kingdom.
This December 4th catch The Sirens, a multimedia art installation, on the stargazing deck of Palm Spring's Ace Hotel.
By Hannah Star Rogers, guest contributor
This film celebration of Animal, Mechanical and Me Project will bring together a triptych of short films for a discussion about “Everyday Cyborgs and Humanimals.” In a future where human beings can live longer by putting different kinds of materials (animal, mechanical or human) in the body, more of us, will have more in us. The filmmakers ask if an individual is no longer 100% biologically human does that change them as persons?
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