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Founder/Director, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.
New York, NY, USA
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Organizations:Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.
IYC Interests:Increase the public appreciation and understanding of chemistry
Encourage interest of young people in chemistry
Generate enthusiasm for the creative future of chemistry
Celebrate the role of women in chemistry
Art & Science is a 23-year old nonprofit organization that nurtures and promotes the exciting intersections of art and science. We produce an annual, international competition-exhibition of digital prints that is held at the New York Hall of Science [and we hope will travel to other venues.] This year, Digital2011 is titled, "The Alchemy of Change," and we are seeking creative images from those in the scientific community. Please help us distribute our OPEN CALL below...
"Digital2011: The Alchemy of Change"
international digital print competition/exhibition
to be held at the New York Hall of Science
September 3, 2011 - February 5, 2012
Organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)
DEADLINE: July 17, 2011
Robert Devcic, owner-director of GV Art London gallery
Philip Ball, writer and noted author of popular science books
Humans, animals, insects, trees, plants, oceans, and air -- indeed, all that we see, taste, smell, touch, and breathe, contain molecular processes of physical transformation; a dynamic dance of change. This magic of transition, called alchemy by our earliest scientists, became the science of chemistry. It describes both the physical structure and characteristic actions of matter. It allows for all organic and inorganic change to take place -- brain synapses to fire, oxygen to be formed from carbon dioxide and water during photosynthesis; the transformation of gases in our solar system; along with the ability of proteins to turn our genes on/off. If you extend your imagination beyond the epithelial surface of your body, or into the ether that carries cosmic dust, or even into your kitchen, chemistry can inspire wonder. Like a fabulous menu of concocted primordial soups, when exposed to changes in temperature, pressure, or speed, chemistry can create a stick of dynamite or a magnificent souffle!
For this exhibition, we celebrate the International Year of Chemistry by inviting artists and scientists to show us their vision of this deeply fundamental, magical enabler of life called chemistry.