Cryptic, Art & Acience

Cryptic, Art & Science

Exhibition curated by Neus Torres Tamarit and hosted at the Crypt Gallery at Euston Road, London, from the 4th to the 7th of October 2016.

Framed under the ‘Art and Science’ umbrella, 15 international artists and scientists exhibited original artwork created specifically for the exhibition. The different subjects are; mutation and evolution, parallel universe theories, climate change, robotics experiments, Archimedean solids, the current political climate, transformation of nature, the sense of smell, exploration of ways of presenting difficult feelings such as anxiety, molecular science research, the reconnection of humanity to the natural world, interventional surgery, culture and self-consciousness in current society, as well as live performances of scientific experiments.

The exhibition was kindly supported by The Bree Louise, providing drinks for the private view, and Call Print, providing promotional materials.

Exhibiting artists:

Neus Torres Tamarit in collaboration with Ben Murray,

Ainne Burke

Hannah Scott

Heather Scott

Franceska McCullough

Agnese Basova

Nicolas Strappini

Monika Dorniak

Iting Shih

Beckie Leach

Maria Macc

Yu Ji

Michelle von Mandel

Josh Chow

Virginie Serneels

Selection of pictures:
Private view pictures

Exhibition entrance 

 Yu Ji, 04102016-08102016
Mixed-media installation
Picture by Hannah Scott 
 Neus Torres Tamarit in collaboration with Ben Murray, Confined Mutations
Mixed-media installation
Pictures by Hannah Scott Neus Torres Tamarit
 Nicolas Strappini, Oscillations and Branching Figures
Mixed-media installation
Picture by Hannah Scott 
Hannah Scott, What Goes Around Comes Around
Mixed-media installation
Picture by Hannah Scott 

Virginie Serneels, If it bleeds it leads  
Mixed-media installation
Picture by Neus Torres Tamarit 

Maria Macc, Don't be still my beating heart
Mixed-media installation
Picture by Hannah Scott

  Agnese Basova, Prototype 203
Resin, biological material, lights
Picture by Neus Torres Tamarit


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