Artists and Scientists Information
About the Artists and Scientists:
Bobby Antonio is working towards his PhD at University College London; working title is ‘Quantum communication through a spin chain.’ http://www.theory.phys.ucl.ac.uk/quinfo/people/bobby
Balint Bolygo is an artist based in London and exhibits internationally, Bolygo’s work explores the similarity between the artistic and scientific mind. www.balintbolygo.com
Anna Cocciadiferro, is a costumier and artist. This show features an interactive textile representing the forms and patterns in coral, which is used as a drug to treat human cancer ‘Eleutherobin, Coralline Swansong’. http://www.cocciacostumier.co.uk/gallery/exhibitions.html
Edward Johns, PhD candidate at Imperial College, researching visual psychology and scene recognition for robots. He is creating a visual piece to present an analysis of the difference between inherent human perception and that of a robot.
Daniel Jones, a UK-based artist and researcher. This exhibition will feature an installation based on the emergent dynamics of microbial populations, transforming current scientific research into a sonic ecosystem. www.erase.net
Caroline Lambard, a London based artist, delves into the perception of 3d form through immersive installations in which the understanding of a form develops through movement in or around the structure. The work looks at concepts of scale and complexity while exploring and redefining the exhibition space it occupies. http://www.calcaro.com/
Hugh Metcalf, audio artist and sound engineer. ‘The_Space_Between’, recently at Kenetica, records in the gallery, manipulates then splatters it onto a reel to reel, creating different combinations of sound.
Elizabeth Murton is an artist and curator, she is interested in how things are made (both by human hands and otherwise) and how we construct our understanding of the world around us. She is collaborating with scientists Bobby Antonio and Kaidy Stautz to create a wall piece and installation respectively based on their research. www.elizabethmurton.co.uk
Paula Salischiker is an Argentinian photographer living in London. For this exhibition, she is creating a new piece of collage using brain imagery as the starting point. http://www.pausal.co.uk/
Liliana Sanchez is finishing her MFA at Goldsmiths, for this exhibition ‘Soupa’ abundant and colourful installation and video will cover part of the floor, suggesting the primordial soup from whence everything came. http://laveneno.org/lilianasanchez/index.php?/projects/soupa-/
Kaidy Stautz is studying for a PhD at Goldsmiths, University of London. His area of research is substance use and misuse in adolescence, examining how personality trait dispositions related to the brain’s reward processing system may interact with an individual’s social environment to influence the problematic use of substances. For this exhibition Kaidy is working alongside Elizabeth Murton to create a visual piece inspired by Jeffrey Gray’s Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory.