Haven’t seen Intimate Science at the Williamson Gallery yet? Or maybe you’re ready to go back for seconds? Well, you’re in luck.
Next Saturday, Intimate Science curator Andrea Grover will be on hand in the gallery to give a free tour of her exhibition.
Organized by the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Intimate Science explores the shift from artists aiding science to artists “doing” science, and how this impacts the way scientific knowledge is acquired, used and shared.
The exhibition, which continues through Aug. 18, showcases contemporary artists conducting projects in scientific and technological domains and includes work from BCL, Center for PostNatural History, Markus Kayser, Allison Kudla, Machine Project and Philip Ross.
The curator-led tour takes place Saturday, June 29 from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery at Art Center’s Hillside Campus. To RSVP, send an email to email@example.com.
Have you been to Intimate Science yet? What do you think of the mashing up of art and science? Let us know in the comments below.