Devised especially for the Q.U.T. The Cube Winter Holiday Program, Micro-Macro took the form of an 8-day collaborative collage, inspired by the fauna, flora and landscapes depicted in the work of Australian expressionist painter, William Robinson. Set up as a … Continued
Projects tagged 'scalefreenetwork'
Big whorls have little whorls which feed on their velocity, And little whorls have lesser whorls And so on to viscosity. Lewis Fry Richardson, 1881 – 1953. English mathematician, physicist, meteorologist, psychologist & poet. Part scientific-model, part black-box theatre, A … Continued
The Royal Society of Victoria hosted Scale Free Network (Gregory and Briony) for two days of September school holidays art and science-based activities. In the society’s beautiful 19th century building, groups of children (ages 6-12) participated in a full day … Continued
Scale Free Network will again collaborate with writer Ailsa Wild and visual ecologist Aviva Reed to creatively develop two new stories in the groundbreaking Small Friends book series. Set on the micro-scale, ‘The Forest in the Tree’ will be inspired … Continued
Aviva, Briony and Gregory hosted a session ‘Embodying Symbiosis‘ at the Australian Earth Laws Alliance conference in Brisbane on October 21. After reading our coral symbiosis story Zobi and the Zoox, conference delegates were invited to cooperate as a group … Continued
SFN Northern Rivers (Jacqui Smith in collaboration with Frauke Huhn) created a Microscope Drawing Laboratory in Mullumbimby in the October school holidays, where the ‘invisible’ world was explored as inspiration for art making. Comprised of a series of interdisciplinary … Continued
Mission to launch The Invisible War: Accomplished! The Royal Society of Victoria hosted our action-packed launch of The Invisible War – featuring: former Victorian premier Ted Bailieu (chair of the ANZAC centenary committee); ABC Science Show host Robyn Williams as … Continued
Small Friends Books toured across Victoria, reading The Squid, the Vibrio & the Moon to hundreds of primary school children.
The Small Friends Books team explored the complex science and contested legal status of coral…