NEWS AND EVENTS
Axis Interactive Installation as part of the ongoing research project Terras Lux is exhibited at the Light is Life Exhibition at the Not For Sale Gallery, London. Axis Installation has been presented as an interactive multi-layered experience for the public, showcasing the research and methodologies of Terras Lux Project as an art/science installation to empower the audience through direct participation and hands on in different aspects of microbiology and biotechnology, soil and energy across scales.
Panel discussion about the use of Light in art practices, presenting the research of the ongoing project Terras Lux, in the frame of Light is Life Exhibition, at the Not for sale Gallery for the International Day of Light 2023 by UNESCO.
Participation in Hacking Hearts Scientist in Residence project. A collaboration between the Tokyo Institute of Technology and Central Saint Martins. As part of the launch of the new Grow Lab facility at Central Saint Martins, London. Has been published by Leonardo MIT Press Direct, Volume 56, Issue 1.
Awarded Degree of Master of Arts with Merit MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London
Participation on Hacking Hearts Scientist in Residence project, which aims to bring cutting edge scientific research into art and design teaching and research. A collaboration between Tokyo Institute of Technology and Central Saint Martins. As part of the launch of the new Grow Lab facility at Central Saint Martins, London.