Created Out of Mind are delighted to partner with LifeSpace in Dundee for 'Trajectories', an exhibition of contemporary art and scientific methods for exploring how perceptions of space influence and direct gestures, balance and movement.
Art works by our artists and collaborators Charles Harrison, Charlie Murphy and Studio Senses will be shown from 2nd February through to 2nd June 2018, exploring the exhibition's themes within the context of dementia.
Their pieces will be shown alongside materials from the cognitive testing collections of scientist Professor Elizabeth Warrington and objects from University of Dundee’s Museum Collections and current scientific research.
Thursday 1 February, 5-7pm
Exhibition tour with curators, scientists and artists at 5pm
LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery is located in the School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK. The Gallery is open during exhibitions on Saturdays from 11am-5pm, and during the week by appointment only (email email@example.com)
The mission of LifeSpace is to engage artists and scientists in exciting new collaborations and to foster long-term cross-disciplinary activity that will provide these communities and the public with greater insight into the broad spectrum of life sciences research.