Regenerative medicine through the lens of an artist

Wednesday, 28 March, 2018

Regenerative medicine through the lens of an artist

In 2017 the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (AMRI) ran its first Artist in Residence program, inviting nine talented artists to each spend a week exploring the theme of regeneration whilst being immersed in the research environment. 

The artists experienced cutting-edge science firsthand, took part in experiments and picked the brains of the AMRI scientists. They were also allowed to experiment with their art practice and incorporated techniques from the lab into their work. In turn, they inspired and challenged scientists with their curious and unique way of viewing AMRI’s work and taught them exciting new ways of communicating science by creating beautiful art inspired by what they saw.

The pieces created by these artists are being exhibited at the St Heliers St Gallery at the Abbotsford Convent from 25 May–12 June. For event and ticket information, click here.

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