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 'participatory installation'
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
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In this pilot workshop at CSIRO Education Victoria, a freshly-founded SFN tested their interdisciplinary concepts for the very first time. This was a trial-run before our series of nine microscope-drawing workshops at ArtPlay, for which we had received funding. Our … Continued
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
In January 2009, SFN was asked to run a version of their microscope-drawing workshops for some very small people: pre-school children! In this session at ArtPlay, we incorporated movement activities as a way to build on our collective observations through … Continued