One of the aims of Vivomotion is to communicate scientific concepts to a wider audience and exhibitions of our animations are a great way to do so...
Transmissions: Exploring the Microbial World
Work done in collaboration with Young Academy Scotland members Prof. Nicola Stanley-Wall from University of Dundee and Prof. Cait MacPhee from University of Edinburgh, to show the formation of a bacterial waterproof coating was shown at ‘Transmissions: Exploring the Microbial World’ – an exhibition that ran over the summer at LifeSpace, a research-driven science art gallery at the School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee.
Art:laB DeNovo - Art-Science Synergy
Our work was exhibited, along with other artists, in The Institute of Medical Sciences at The University of Aberdeen - May 2015. Art:laB is a space that aims to bring scientists and artists together to inspire imaginations at the interface of medical, health and evolutionary sciences with artistic endeavour. Alex Moorhouse was responsible for organising this exhibition.
Work completed during Mhairi's Masters was exhibited
at The Hannah Maclure Centre in Dundee - Mar 2013.
A Vivomotion animated sequence was played at Dundee Science Centre as part of the exhibition NATURE’S EQUATIONS – D’Arcy Thompson and the Beauty of Mathematics - Oct 2015.
#Visions of Epigenetics
Some work I made for my Masters at DJCAD in collaboration with Dr. Paul Harrison, Link Li and Fraser Murdoch was shown at a multi-media exhibition at the Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, as part of Paul's role as Artist in Residence with the European consortium of scientists EpiGeneSys - May 2015.
EpiGeneSys Annual Meeting
Dr. Paul Harrison, Artist in Residence for The EpiGeneSys Consortium invited Mhairi to present their collaborative work at the EpiGeneSys Annual Meeting at The Netherlands Cancer Institute in Amsterdam. Animations, digital prints and screen prints were exhibited - Jan 2013.