Edinburgh Science Festival

ASCUS at the 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

Syncrasy | Summerhall Exhibition Presented by Summerhall and ASCUS Art and Science Entanglements of Time and Tide | Online Exhibition Presented by ASCUS Art and Science Catalysing Creativity: Stories of Change | Online Exhibition Presented by ASCUS Art and Science in partnership with ScotCHEM Events Programmme

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Syncrasy | 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

Syncrasy is a contemporary art exhibition co-curated by Summerhall and ASCUS Art & Science. Experience the work of visual artists Beverley Hood, Victoria Evans and Sneha Solanki, working across the fields of art, science and technology. This series of exhibitions examines the known characteristics of life within our physical world; playing with scale to capture the fleeting lifespan of living cells, the unacknowledged …

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Syncrasy | WE BEGAN AS PART OF THE BODY | 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

Syncrasy is a contemporary art exhibition co-curated by Summerhall and ASCUS Art & Science. We Began as Part of the Body by Beverley Hood, a series of works that play with scale to capture the fleeting lifespan of living cells, is one of three exhibitions presented at Summerhall, for the 2021 Science Festival, by artists working across the fields of art, …

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Syncrasy | OSCILLATIONS | 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

Syncrasy is a contemporary art exhibition co-curated by Summerhall and ASCUS Art & Science. Oscillations by Victoria Evans, a series of works that explore the infinite forces of our environment, is one of three exhibitions presented at Summerhall, for the 2021 Science Festival, by artists working across the fields of art, science and technology. Presented by Summerhall and ASCUS Art and …

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Syncrasy | E-NUMBERS V2.0 | 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

Syncrasy is a contemporary art exhibition co-curated by Summerhall and ASCUS Art & Science. E-Numbers V2.0 by Sneha Solanki, a series of works that explore the unacknowledged microbes within the food system, is one of three exhibitions presented at Summerhall, for the 2021 Science Festival, by artists working across the fields of art, science and technology. Presented by Summerhall and ASCUS …

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Catalysing Creativity | 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

‘Catalysing Creativity: Stories of Change’ is a new digital exhibition curated by ASCUS Art & Science highlighting molecular science and artistic approaches as a lens through which to investigate the concept of change and the interconnectivity of people and our planet. Experience for the very first time, online, two bodies of work from two new art-science collaborations, from collaborations between …

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Catalysing Creativity | Self Assemblage

‘Catalysing Creativity: Stories of Change’ is a new digital exhibition curated by ASCUS Art & Science presented as part of the 2021 Science Festival, highlighting molecular science and artistic approaches as a lens through which to investigate the concept of change and the interconnectivity of people and our planet Presented by ASCUS Art and Science in partnership with ScotCHEM Read …

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Catalysing Creativity | Sciennes Place

‘Catalysing Creativity: Stories of Change’ is a new digital exhibition curated by ASCUS Art & Science presented as part of the 2021 Science Festival, highlighting molecular science and artistic approaches as a lens through which to investigate the concept of change and the interconnectivity of people and our planet Presented by ASCUS Art and Science in partnership with ScotCHEM Read …

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Catalysing Creativity | Discussion Event

‘Catalysing Creativity: Stories of Change’ is a new digital exhibition curated by ASCUS Art & Science presented as part of the 2021 Science Festival, highlighting molecular science and artistic approaches as a lens through which to investigate the concept of change and the interconnectivity of people and our planet Presented by ASCUS Art and Science in partnership with ScotCHEM Read …

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Entanglements of Time and Tide | 2021 Edinburgh Science Festival

Envisioning an Oceanic Worldview Through the Lens of Art & Science A visual arts and science engagement project by India based artist and researcher Sonia Mehra Chawla with the North Sea and its coastal and marine ecosystems. This body of work is a contribution to our empathetic understanding of the oceans, their significance as an ecosystem, their vitality and ability …

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