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Exhibitions

Atopic Art at the Dundee Science Festival 2015

About the project ‘Atopic Art: Expressions of eczema’ is a partnership project between ASCUS Art & Science, Dr Sarah Brown and Eczema Outreach Scotland. The project first began in early 2015 with ASCUS commissioning artists Trevor Gordon and Josie Valley to deliver participatory workshops to families affected by eczema at venues across Scotland. From these workshops, and through further consultation …

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Transmissions Exhibition travels to LifeSpace Dundee

Image courtesy of the artist Mark Doyle Transmissions: Exploring the Microbial World is an exhibition of artworks that have been created during our micro-residency earlier this year at the Centre for Immunity, Infection and Evolution (CIIE). For this exhibiton LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery based at the College of Life Sciences has partnered with ASCUS to showcase the resulting artworks …

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Parallel Perspectives at the 2015 Science Festival

Parallel Perspectives | 4th April – 22nd May For the Edinburgh International Science Festival, How the Light Gets In ASCUS takes over the Lower Church Galleries Summerhall, to present Parallel Perspectives an exhibition of works that intertwine art and science, comprising of three group shows, created from direct collaboration between artists and scientists. From our residencies programme, the Centre for …

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Launching How the Light gets in | 2015 Science Festival

Preview/Art Launch: Friday 3rd April 7pm-9pm Summerhall HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN, is co-curated by the Edinburgh International Science Festival, Summerhall and ASCUS Art & Science, bringing together a selection of works by international artists intrigued by light in all its forms and facets with those aiming to shine a light on the workings of our brain, mind and consciousness. …

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Primordial Soup | an evolving exhibition

Primordial Soup is an evolving exhibition made possible with the support of ASCUS art and science in partnership with The Number Shop, as part of the Edinburgh International Science Festival Opening on Saturday 4th, 6-8pm ASCUS have collaborated with The Number Shop artists on personal projects with scientists across a variety of contemporary science research topics. The works being presented …

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Blaxter Lab EISF Cabinets Exhibition

As part of Edinburgh International Science Festival, How the Light Gets In, ASCUS presents a new exhibition in our Cabinet space. These mobile cabinets currently situated next to TechCube are one of ASCUS’s permanent exhibition spaces at Summerhall soon to be joined by newly renovated ASCUS Cabinets, watch this space! If your in Summerhall for the Science Festival, be sure …

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BLACK LIGHT part of How the Light Gets In for the 2015 Science Festival

As part of Edinburgh International Science Festival, How the Light Gets In, ASCUS presents BLACK LIGHT a work by Labern&Lloyd, the drawing Shed. Aptly situated in a shed in the central courtyard of Summerhall, be sure to check this work out as you wander through the wide range of art-science works and exhibitions, on display across Summerhall for the EISF …

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Hunting for Answers exhibition at Glasgow Science Festival

Saturday and Sunday 7 & 8 June 2014, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm John Arbuthnott Building, Hamnett Wing, University of Strathclyde, Cathedral Street, Glasgow Our Hunting for Answers exhibition from the ASCUS Micro-Residency with the Chamberlain Lab is part of the Strathclyde Science Special at the Glasgow Science Festival.

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Hunting for Answers exhibition

Hunting for Answers exhibition at Strathclyde Engage Week took place on Wed 30th April – Fri 2nd May 2014, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm at the John Arbuthnott Building, Hamnett Wing, University of Strathclyde, Cathedral Street, Glasgow See how it went here Our Hunting for Answers exhibition from the ASCUS Micro-Residency with the Chamberlain Lab is part of the Strathclyde Science Special at …

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2014 Science Festival: City Art Centre Exhibition

5 – 20 April 2014 City Art Centre, Edinburgh ASCUS is once again curating an exhibition at the EISF flagship venue the City Art Centre. This Ascus curated project aimed to investigate and illustrate, in quite raw terms, how an artist responds and is inspired by scientific research. To do this, ASCUS created teams of artists to work with specific …

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