Boundary Work: technology in practice between art and science

The Boundary Work exhibition is the first in a series of exhibitions designed to facilitate a survey of work that operates in the space between art and science and as such aims to encourage a dialogue between the sub-disciplines of these fields. The exhibition has been curated by Paul Green, senior lecturer at CIT Crawford College of Art in Cork and features work by artists, scientists and designers. One of the artists featured is our very own Chris Speed whose work features 3 projects- Walking Through Time, Co-Cinema (by Duncan Shingleton) and our tales of things project, Remember Me.

Exhibition is open until the 27 November 2010 at the Wandesford Quay Gallery in Cork City Centre. Gallery Opening Times: 10.00 – 6.00, Wednesday to Saturday.

For more information visit http://www.transculturetek.com/boundarywork/index.php

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2 Responses to Boundary Work: technology in practice between art and science

  1. Maria says:

    Hey
    That looks great ! Here at Salford University we have been approached to collaboarate with a colleague who works in theatre performance! (This is all new for me!) She has some great ideas about using the QR codes as live ” fragments” suspended from the ceiling during a performance….its going to be interesting..
    we are hoping to apply for an internal grant to support this work – probably be something called Performace Installation. Interesting – this blurring of boundaries between art and tech…..!
    Maria

  2. Jane says:

    That sound sinteresting Maria, look forward to hearing more about it and some video footage too of course!

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