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Archive 2012

Malaria: An Art Science Collaboration. An Evening with Dr Deborah Robinson

Dr. Deborah Robinson Deborah Robinson is an artist who collaborates with scientists, technologists, and artists to make experimental video and sound installations. She is Associate Professor (Reader) in Contemporary Art Practice, University of Plymouth. Previous projects have included collaborations with Bath Biosciences and Biochemistry; Egenis, Exeter University; and a fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, …

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Welcome to the Jungle

Friday 21 September – Thursday 4 October 2012 Tent Gallery, Evolution House, 78 West Port, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh Artist: Catriona Gilbert An exhibition supported by ASCUS and curated by Inbal Drue. The Exhibition explores themes such as camouflage, masks, mythology, mating behaviour and mate selection through photography, drawing and installation.

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Dorothy Hardy

The research aims to increase the range of colour and form of PV, as the current blue and black PV squares are proving restrictive in building design. Replacing existing building materials with a new, aesthetic, building-integrated PV that generates electricity, will mean that many more inventive designs can be developed by artists, architects, designers and engineers.

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Insights and Ideas Cafe: Science

Thursday 5 April 2012, 2.00 – 4.00 pm Creative Scotland, Waverley Gate, 2-4 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh The event will showcase interesting practice and encourage exploration and discussion on science, creativity and culture and offer an opportunity to network with academics, researchers and others with practical experience of working in this area. This event is being held in association with ascus (arts science collaborative). Speakers: Andrew …

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ASCUS at Edinburgh International Science Festival (2012)

30 March – 15 April 2012 Edinburgh International Science Festival, City Arts Centre, Edinburgh ASCUS curated a series of works by Siobhan Healy, Chris Cottrell/Hamer Dodds, Sarah Roberts, and Camila Sposati at the City Arts Centre as part of the 2012 Edinburgh International Science Festival (30 March – 15 April 2012). In Conversation with ASCUS Even if you missed the Festival, you …

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