Entries by Heather Barnett

Open Studio – Wednesday 7 December

MA Art and Science  Open Studio Wednesday 7 December 2-8pm Come and see work in progress, experiments and performances from forty interdisciplinary practitioners exploring the interconnections between art and science. Central Saint Martins Archway CampusElthorne Studios9-15 Elthorne RoadLondon N19 4AJ For details of scheduled events and up to date information check event info on Facebook

Forced Connections and Rules of Random

How restrictions can make us more creative in art and teaching — Words by Stephen Bennett, with workshop observations from Lisa Pettibone and quotes from participants. Photos by Çağlar Tahiroğlu.     It is October 2016. The leaves are falling, yet it is a time of fresh promise for first-year students on Central Saint Martins’ masters […]

Cryptic Art & Science, exhibition 4-8 October

  ‘Cryptic – Art & Science’ is an innovative show bringing together the work of 15 international artists and scientists from the Central Saint Martins’ Postgraduate Art programme. The participating artists, who are entering into the final year of their MA Art and Science studies, will be investigating topics including: what does our genetic make-up say about […]

Sarah Craske wins this year’s NOVA Award with Biological Hermeneutics

Sarah Craske, recent graduate from MA Art and Science, takes top prize at the prestigious MullenLowe Nova Awards. We asked her about the award winning project and what she’s going to do next…   What is Biological Hermeneutics? The work Biological Hermeneutics explores what a transdiscipline can look like, through the speculative presentation of a collaborative approach to […]

Gallery from our Art and Science fundraising workshops

MA Art and Science fundraising workshops, March 2016   In March 2016, MA Art and Science staff and students ran a range of creative workshops exploring observations and experimentations in art and science at Central Saint Martins. With many sessions selling out, participants gained some knowledge and hands-on experience with a range of techniques, including slime mould problem […]

Graduate Profile: Melanie King (2013)

Name: Melanie King Year of graduation: 2013 What are you doing now? I am doing a lot of things! I have begun an MPhil at the Royal College of Art, where I’m focusing on what I call “celestography”, which means “to draw from the heavens”. In my practice, I am working on many different ways of interacting […]