Exhibition: Space & Satellites Artist Residency
Exhibition now live
In our first Artist in Residence programme for Inspace we invited a group of 5 multi-disciplinary artists to focus on the theme of Space and Satellites data. These residencies created a space for exploration and aimed to create genuine collaborations between science and creative practice.
The chosen artists represent a wide range of disciplines, from sound artists to weavers, illustrators to dancers and photographers. Each of their projects responds to how satellite datasets are helping to track the changes to life on earth, from the movement of Puffins to environmental changes through to the impact that the Coronavirus has had on our cities.
Victoria Evans (contemporary artist and PhD researcher)
Elaine Ford (multidisciplinary artist and wildlife biologist)
Stacey Hunter (design curator) and Ben Hymers (Weaver and Rug Tufter)
Julia McGhee (dance artist), Geoff Robbins (science lab technician) and John McGeoch (multi-media artist)
Cécile Simonis (illustrator and visual artist)
The exhibition is now live at https://inspace.ed.ac.uk so do check it out and srpead the word!
Inspace is a unique events and exhibitions space within the University of Edinburgh which commissions and produces creative activity that unlocks digital technology and explores its role in society, through public programmes that connect data, research and creative talent. https://inspace.ed.ac.uk
The project is funded by the DDI (Data-Driven Innovation) programme and supported by Edinburgh Futures Institute (EFI). Each of our artists has also been supported by the creative coding skills of Ray Interactive http://www.rayinteractive.org