Zobi and the Zoox Book Launch


We celebrated the publication of our new book, Zobi and the Zoox, in a art-science themed evening of activities on Friday March 13th at ArtPlay. The book was officially launched by Jane Sullivan, literary journalist for The Age and the … Continued

Bubblegeddon


In co-bubblation with TW Fine Art, SFN undertook a day of experimentation with bubbles in the Brunswick Street Mall. We presented information about the chemistry of the bubble and provided wands and amazing bubble mix for everyone to blow really, … Continued

Drawing-as-BioMonitoring


Scale Free Network have been developing the new citizen art-science concept ‘Drawing-as-BioMonitoring‘ for the last several years, at several different sampling and drawing locations. Also under the name of ‘Drawing Water’, more images can be viewed within this SFN gallery … Continued

The Elaboratorium (MMCA, Seoul)


Scale Free Network were invited by the Korean National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) to participate in the inauguration of this new gallery. Prior to the opening, we travelled to Seoul to install The Elaboratorium in the Media … Continued

Interactive Microscope Drawing Exhibition


 Scale Free Network’s Interactive Microscope Drawing Exhibition showcased many of the beautiful and scientifically inspired artworks created during our inaugural series of nine workshops at ArtPlay. Since each workshop was four hours long, we really did manage to create a … Continued

Jump Up


Jump Up was a collaboration with musical duo – Collector’s Set – as part of their day-club disco residency at the video bar, Horse Bazaar in Melbourne. We selected a series of video footage of microorganisms and gave them circular … Continued

Big Draw Festival at The Avoca Project


In 2008 (Saturday 15th November, to be precise) a Big Draw Festival event was held in regional Victoria at the Avoca Project (run by artist Lyndal Jones) and SFN was invited by Artplay’s creative producer, Simon Spain, to bring our … Continued

Hypothesis: National Science Week 2009


Hypothesis was a National Science Week 2009 event curated by Beth Askham. It took place at Federation Square in the BMW Edge Auditorium. SFN ran a drop-in microscope-drawing session. At various times during the evening, we were able to plug … Continued

Art-Science Lab at Ipswich Art Gallery – 2010


In March 2010, SFN was invited by curator Ingrid Hedgecock to spend three weeks at the Ipswich Art Gallery in Queensland. In this workshop series, along with kit of our microscopes, petri-dishes, fascinating objects, projectors, library of highly magnified images … Continued