SPACER IS GOING TO OXFORD

SPACER IS GOING TO OXFORD

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We have been invited to present our collaborative paper (co-authored with Professor Charlotte Sleigh, University of Kent) – Lowering the Tone in Art and Science Collaboration: An Analysis from Science and Technology Studies as part of the Interrogating the Art-Science Relationship conference at the University of Oxford Department of Art History and Visual Culture.

The paper analyses our collaborative project – Biological Hermeneutics – from a science and technology studies perspective. In so doing, it reorientates discussion of the affinity between Art and Science from abstract epistemology and towards pragmatic questions in the areas of expertise, credit, space, institutions and money. The paper has been published by the Journal of Science & Popular Culture. 
This one-day interdisciplinary conference through three panels will discuss Visual Arts and Neuroscience, BioArt and Bioimaging, and Art in Science Communication.
As part of the Art in Science Communication panel, we will be exploring the role of art in museums, art as science communication, public engagement with science and art, and art-science exhibition curation.

We look forward to seeing you there:
May 9th
The University of Oxford, Ertegun House 37A St Giles’ Oxford OX1 3LD
For more information please follow the event link.

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