Entries by MA Art and Science

CSM X CMS: Entangled

CSM X CMS: Entangled | 14 – 17 June | MA Art and Science 2017   CSM X CMS: Entangled  DATES: Wed 14 – Sat 17 June 2017 LOCATION: Four Corners Gallery, London, 121 Roman Road, E2 0QN, Bethnal Green OPENING TIMES: Wed to Sat | 10.00 – 18.00 PRIVATE VIEW: Thurs 15 June | […]

MA Art and Science at Imperial College

Words and images by Neus Torres Tamarit, Nicolas Strappini, Stephen Bennett, Heather Scott, Hazel Chiang; edited by Stephen Bennett April 2017 saw a collaboration between MA Art and Science and Imperial College, at the Centre for Doctoral Training Festival of Science and Art. Several artists from the course exhibited their works at the college, an […]

Work from MA Art and Science recently published in Interalia Magazine

Interalia Magazine is an online platform dedicated to the interactions between the arts, sciences and consciousness. Several staff, students and graduates from MA Art and Science have published work in the interdisciplinary magazine in the three years since it began.  Recent publications include two contributions for Emerging Ideas from current students, Stephen Bennett and Tere Chad.  Stephen’s article, available here, […]

Clone: The Art in Replication

February 2017 sees the twentieth anniversary of the cloning of Dolly the Sheep. To mark this event, MA Art and Science first-year student Julie Light is co-curating and exhibiting a show with Just Glass, a group of established and emerging glass artists.  The show will focus on the creative possibilities of replication, duplication and repetition using […]

Tracing Wastelands Exhibition

The exhibition ‘Tracing Wastelands’ at The Depot in Clapton celebrated the work that students on MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins produced in collaboration with the Government Office of Science.  Text by Ellie Armstrong Not one to turn down a novel set of collaborators, students on the MA Art and Science course enthusiastically […]

‘Side Effects’ and ‘Why Make it Simple, When You Can Make It Complex?’

‘Side Effects’ and ‘Why Make it Simple, When You Can Make It Complex?’ a collaboration between Arts Catalyst, Robert Whitman, The Performance Studio and MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins   Text by Nicolas Strappini, Virginie Serneels and Monika Dorniak (MA Art and Science) Phase 1: Collaboration with Robert Whitman, ‘Side Effects’ 07/10/2016 Phase 2: Arts Catalyst […]


New innovative work by pioneering Central Saint Martins graduates, that challenges the concept of fine art through interdisciplinary practice. DATES | Wed 25th – Sun 29th May 2016 LOCATION | Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA, United Kingdom OPENING TIMES | Wed to Fri 12.00 – 20.00 […]

Mundus Subterraneous – Friday 18th March

Final year MA Art and Science student, Sarah Craske, will be screening a new work on 18th March 2016, commissioned by the University of Kent…  ARTIST Sarah CraskeWHERE Templeman Library Lecture Theatre, Canterbury Campus, University of Kent, CT2 7NZWHEN Friday 12:30-13:30 Panel discussion followed by film screening The premiere of a new, permanent film installation by artist […]

Stephanie Wong Tate interview – Art School Advice

MA Art and Science student, Stephanie Wong, recently answered some questions for the Tate website student advice page. Here’s an excerpt… What was your background before going to art college (education, work experience etc…)? Prior to the MA I did a degree in neuroscience. Although art was my favourite subject at school I also enjoyed science […]