ALIVE: Art Between Life and Science
The latest Project Gallery exhibition, ‘ALIVE: Art Between Life and Science‘, features artwork inspired by the ground-breaking medical and scientific research being undertaken at the University of York.
Six artists were commissioned by the University of York’s Centre for Chronic Diseases and Disorders (C2D2) to produce the work, which highlights the powerful connection between art and science.
The internationally-recognised artists include a sculptor, a poet, a digital artist and three visual artists with their collaborations spanning eight University Departments ranging from Biology to Theatre, Film and Television. Exhibiting are Jacob van der Beugel, Christy Ducker with Kate Sweeney, Anna Dumitriu, Mark Fell with Sandra Pauletto, Peter Myers and Laurence Payot.
The Project Gallery is open during normal gallery admission hours. Entry is free.
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