This show brings together the often polarised opposing ‘disciplines’ of art and science. The connection between the different art practices in the exhibition is that they are defined by the artists Bryony and Chloe Pritchard, Hondartza Fraga and David McNab as being in some way related to science.
'Thereare various ways of perceiving consciousness ranging from the subjective to the objective. In order to be able to process the enormous amount of knowledge that has accumulated over the centuries, it has become necessary to split information into different disciplines.'
The exhibition is supported by Hybrid Art Science Networking Association,Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery and Arts Council England, Yorkshire. It is linked to a symposium at The Thackery Museum, Leeds on 20th March. For more information on the symposium please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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