October 4th, 6-7:30pm
MIT Press Bookstore, Cambridge MA
Leonardo is an academic, peer-reviewed journal which emphasizes the "writings of artists who use science and developing technologies" to create their work. The only journal of its kind, Leonardo celebrates 50 years of publishing this year around the world.
This October 4th, join Executive Editor of Leonardo and science-art force Roger Malina, as well as the Managing Director of Leonardo/ISAST Danielle Siembieda, and representatives from MIT press and select Leonardo authors for the Cambridge MA celebration to discuss the current state and reimagine the future of discovery in science-art interaction and engagement.
Learn more and register for this event HERE.
Science Gallery Lab Detroit is seeking interactive, participatory works for DEPTH, a free exhibition that will explore the power and complexities of water and its many roles in the physical and social world.
Open now through September 7th at R-Space Gallery (Ireland) is "From the Field," a solo exhibition by bioartist Anna Dumitriu as part of the Linen Biennale Northern Ireland. Dumitriu has long explored microbiology through the medium of textiles - this exhibition brings together new and existing works from the artist ranging in media from linen, wood, flax, ceramic, resin, hair, bacteria, and DNA.
The Francis Crick Institute is now home to Flow State, the latest installation work from artist Alex May. An ever-changing photo montage featuring the Institute's own activities, Flow State celebrates the work of Francis Crick and his scientific legacy in a sharp and dynamic aesthetic.
Opening July 24th, 2018, is experimental-artist-philosopher Jonathon Keats' "Intergalactic Omniphonics" at San Franciso's Modernism Gallery. With the goal to facilitate universal connection across political, geographic, and planetary spheres, "Intergalactic Omniphonics" reimagines music (and the instruments that create it) to be suited to all species, known and unknown.