Carbon Meets Silicon 2017
Oriel Sycharth Gallery 2017
Chris Meigh-Andrews, Alan Summers
I curated Carbon Meets Silicon 2017 with Mike Corcoran on the theme art and science collaborations and selected 17 artists from a highly competitive Open call. The show featured live performances, lectures and workshops exploring the relationship between art and science.
The exhibition asked questions such as: How is science changing the arts? What can artists and scientists achieve together which they cannot achieve alone? Where does science end and art begin?
Leading minds from around the world contributed to the debate, including Professor David Dobson, Scientist in Residence at the Slade School of Art; the internationally renowned artists Marlena Novack and Jay Alan Yim; and a key note lecture from Professor Andy Miah, Chair in Science Communication & Future Media at the University of Salford.
Carbon Meets Silicon 2017 was part of the Internet and Technologies and Applications Conference at Wrexham Glyndwr Univeristy
Date: 12 September- 8 December 2017
Location: Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Glyndwr University, Wrexham
Exhibiting artists: Don Braisby, Daniel Buzzo, Antonio D'Amato, David Dobson, Seiza Friedrich, localStyle (Marlena Novak & Jay Alan Yim, Lord Black Art, Manoli Moriaty & Lucie Lee, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Alan Summers and Tom McGuirk, Joanna Neil, Ioana Pioaru, John Swagger and John Weinel
Research Team: Mike Corcoran Curator, Dr Susan Ligggett, Reader in Fine Art Glyndwr University, Richard Pick, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, Glyndwr University; Rae Earnshaw, Professor of Creative Industries, Glyndwr University; Estelle Thompson, Professor of Art and Design, Glyndwr Universitiy, Alec Shepley Professor of Contemporary Art, Wrexham Glyndwr University.
Funders & Supporters: Supported by Glyndwr University and the North Wales Branch of the British Science Society
This exhibition is in association with ITA(17), the 6th International Conference on Internet Technologies and Applications. www.ita17.net.
Exhibition Curated by: Dr Susan Liggett and Mike Corcoran