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Art-Science and Materialist Concerns

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • In SPECTRA 2018, we introduced an interdisciplinary collaboration between a materials scientist,

    two contemporary artists, and a paleoclimatologist that resulted in Spinning World – a multi-sensory

    experience of climate change through art at the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Sydney,

    Australia (2018 - 2019). The present paper continues this story by delving deeper into this ongoing

    collaboration between materials science and the practices of art focusing on the 2021 exhibition

    Alchemical Worlds.

Publication Date


  • 2022

Citation


  • Law, J., Golda, A., & Burton, A. (2022, March 25). Art-Science and Materialist Concerns. In https://spectra.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/SPECTRAvision-Episode-6-postscript.pdf. Online & Live in Melbourne: ANAT. Retrieved from https://spectra.org.au/

Web Of Science Accession Number


Abstract


  • In SPECTRA 2018, we introduced an interdisciplinary collaboration between a materials scientist,

    two contemporary artists, and a paleoclimatologist that resulted in Spinning World – a multi-sensory

    experience of climate change through art at the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Sydney,

    Australia (2018 - 2019). The present paper continues this story by delving deeper into this ongoing

    collaboration between materials science and the practices of art focusing on the 2021 exhibition

    Alchemical Worlds.

Publication Date


  • 2022

Citation


  • Law, J., Golda, A., & Burton, A. (2022, March 25). Art-Science and Materialist Concerns. In https://spectra.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/SPECTRAvision-Episode-6-postscript.pdf. Online & Live in Melbourne: ANAT. Retrieved from https://spectra.org.au/

Web Of Science Accession Number