Science in(novates) Art
Innovation Convention 2014 will, for the first time, host a number of art works in the networking spaces. Art, innovation and science join together to create inspiring and thought-provoking pieces, which demonstrate new techniques or unexpected viewpoints.
The exhibition compliments the theme of 'women in science' through the inclusion of artists such as Margarita Lorenzo Cimadevilla, Mireille Bailly Coulange and Marie Helene Le Ny, as well as pictures from Science: it’s a girl thing! photography competition.
Dr. Agata Zielińska-Głowacka
Agata Zielińska-Głowacka graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk (Poland) and is an academic teacher in the Fibre Art Studio at the Academy. She specialises in fibre and textile arts, textile miniatures, mould-made paper and experimental textiles.
Margarita Cimadevila is a Spanish painter, chemist and a science teacher. She is the coordinator of ARSCIENCIA and the international course Science & Art, so different, so similar!
Marie-Hélène Le Ny
Marie-Hélène Le Ny is a French photographer. She says about her art: “A key component of my work is the association of words and images to question today's world. In the last few years I've been working on representations of women, shaped by advertising, as the icons of our times.
Noam Kostucki is an entrepreneur, explorer and artist. Contrary to what most people think, he does not use Photoshop. Through my art, I discovered that the way I see the world is not how the world really is.
Mireille Bailly-Coulange is known as the “Sculptor of light”. She is a self-taught artist. In 1967, she created a new method for engraving acrylic glass – Altuglas. With this method she can create "bright intaglios" as she likes to call them.
“Les Rêvarts” invite you to discover their hand-made furniture, where each piece is unique and full of character. The furniture is created from waste materials using basic tools and without professional knowledge, which you’d think would be necessary.
University College Dublin
“Images of Research from Ireland” is a curated set of images from the UCD. It highlights some of the most innovative and imaginative images that convey the depth and range of research taking place at UCD, including those generated through EU -funded research projects.
Science: it's a girl thing!
The 2013 edition of the ‘What does science mean to you?’ photo contest offered teams of young people from the European Union an opportunity to express themselves.