Art/ Design and Science Research Group
This group explores the creative interface of art/design and science through research practice and interrogates the processes and systems of knowledge that underpin them.
This group explores the creative interface of art/design and science through research and practice, interrogating the processes and systems of knowledge that underpin them.
A central interest is the cross-fertilisation of creative and scientific ideas and their impact in the public domain. The group also considers what the interrelationships between laboratory and studio practice might be, in terms of new approaches to making, and the interconnections between biological, technological and social realms.
The group organises a range of events including the London LASER art and science talks in association with Leonardo and the International Society for Art, Science and Technology (ISAST) and regular meetings for informal exchange of current research and collaborations.
Meetings scheduled for 2017 are 7 February and 9 May, 5.30-7pm in the staff club at Kings Cross. All interested CSM staff and research students are welcome to join.
Research group convenor: Heather Barnett
- Professor Rob Kesseler
- Nathan Cohen
- Naomi Dines
- Mark Dunhill
- Emeritus Professor Vladimir Mirodan
- Dr Joey O’Gorman
- Tamsin van Essen
- Caterina Albano
- Adrian Holme
- Carole Collet
- Susan Aldworth
- Roberta Ballestriero
- Paul Caro
Recent activities and outputs
- Artakt curates and manages pioneering exhibitions and research led projects
- Blip is a company at the leading edge of computer-controlled display projects
- Ashmolean Director’s Lecture Series Dr Caterina Albano: Fear and Art in the Contemporary World
- London LASER is a series of public evening gatherings that bring artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversation with an audience