On view now through December 1st is "Deconstructing patterns," a group exhibition at The Francis Crick Institute featuring the artistic results of collaborations between artists and Institute scientists in sculpture, sound, and film.
CITY SIGHTS: Finding the science-art in New York area exhibitions
By Julia Buntaine
New York Univeristy Langone Art Gallery
"Our Cosmic Brain," a two person exhibition featuring the work of Julia Buntaine and Laura Jacobson, explores the brain as a universe of biological phenomena.
This show is on view through March 31st.
On view through February 17, 2018, is "See Yourself E(x)ist," an exhibition at Pratt Manhattan gallery which examines the future of humans and nature through the work of 18 artists.
"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 Colleen Flanigan to share a bit about her work, and the artistic and scientific processes behind it:
"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: