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.
Science Gallery mediator Allyssa Harris talks with a guest as they interact with "Blood, Sweat and Tears" by Tarah Rhoda (Brooklyn, NY). The artist collected their own blood, sweat, and tears and encased them in a large glass vessel using a molecular gastronomy technique called spherification. The droplets react when the viewer closes the electrical circuit by touching the salt switch, breathing life back into the vessel. Photo credit Mark Sullivan.
"HUSTLE" is the inaugural exhibition at Science Gallery Lab Detroit, the newest addition to Science Gallery's network founded with the specific aim to engage youth at the intersections of science, art, and technology. Bringing together the work of 22 international artists around the themes resilience, entrepreneurship, activism, survival, and success, "HUSTLE" is open now through August 25th.
"Anthropocene," a solo exhibition by Richelle Gribble, is now on view at New Orleans' Jonathan Ferrara Gallery through July 14th.
Funding opportunity at Pratt for STEAM projects
Pratt Institute’s STEAMplant initiative is calling for applications for funding, grants up to $7,500 are available. The initiative’s mission is is to foster interdisciplinary collaboration between the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields and “art” as defined by the diverse disciplines pursued at Pratt. We are currently accepting applications from both potential Student Fellows and potential Residents.