Mar 16, 2015 06:30 PM
Mar 21, 2015 06:00 PM
|Where||Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge|
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Glass artist Livvy Fink and poet Ezra Rubenstein, sparked by an ongoing collaboration between Cambridge Institute of Astronomy and Cancer Research UK, present a series of works exploring the relationship between macro-structures and micro-structures, and the sense of wonder they both provoke. You are invited to discover unfamiliar worlds inspired by the most distant galaxies and the cells within us, frozen moments occurring somewhere between liquid and solid states, where light is diffused through a myriad of intricate surfaces, suspended within glass. We begin to wonder whether scale is not linear but rather a circle that joins up somewhere beyond our comprehension.
The exhibition is in the 16" dome at the Institute of Astronomy;
this islocated next to the building marked 'workshop' on this map
Find out more about the links between oncology and astronomy research.
Project funded by the Wellcome Trust
Photos by Sylvian Deleu
Details about Livvy Fink: www.livvyfink.co.uk