Science and Innovation

Art and Science celebration of DNA Research at King’s College London

Art and Science celebration of DNA Research at King’s College London

The current “must-see” exhibition at the Inigo Rooms at King’s College London celebrates the research on DNA carried out in the adjacent Quadrangle Laboratories, soon to be demolished. French photographer Christine Donnier-Valentin shows her architectural roots in her photography and installations of items from the laboratories; Shelley James displays some gorgeous crystals in which the […]

Art and Science combined

Art and Science combined

Presented in conjunction with the Copenhagen Photo Festival, photographer Alastair Philip Wiper highlights the beauty of science and research facilities: in particular, the anechoic chambers at the Technical University of Denmark and the and the Four Solaire in the French Pyrenees – the world’s largest solar furnace. Tweet

Simple but beautiful – John Pawson with Palladio in Venice

Simple but beautiful – John Pawson with Palladio in Venice

  A simple but beautiful installation in Palladio’s Basilica di San Giorgio Maggiore as part of the Venice Biennale, http://www.designboom.com/architecture/john-pawson-new-architectural-perspective-of-palladio-basilica-architectural-perspective-of-the-16th-century-basilica-by-palladio/?utm_campaign=Sunday&utm_medium=e-mail&utm_source=subscribers   Tweet

Plant Sciences

Plant Sciences

17 May 2013 http://www.kcl.ac.uk/cultural/whats-on/Plant-Science.aspx Opening today, this exhibition is a collaboration between the Estates Department and the Performance Foundation at King’s College London, where items from an empty and evocative scientific building in south London become works of art in an exhibition in the Inigo Rooms at Somerset House, prior to being auctioned. Damien Hurst […]