charm Between Art & Science
Zendai MOMA, China
Zendai MOMA has introduced audiences in Shanghai to diverse range of contemporary ideas and new cultural experiences from around the world. In 2006 Ivanova initiated and presented the first comprehensive survey of Australian art and science collaborations in China, showcasing leading creative and scientific teams from around the country.
The Strange Attractors exhibition and symposium, explore startling creative projects realised through collaborations between artists and scientists.
Through various Australian programs, the artists completed science residencies at high-end research facilities and worked with scientists from different disciplines. The fascinating results of their work are presented in the exhibition.
Charm Between Art & Science
Curator: Annie Ivanova
Artists: Drew Berry, Peter E Charuk, Justine Cooper, George Khut, Jon McCormack, Jane Quon, Julie Ryder, Hellen Sky, Symbiotica, Tissue Culture & Art Project, Mari Velonaki
The project was produced by Novamedia in partnership with Australian Consulate-General, Shanghai. Partners: Australia Council for the Arts, Australia-China Council, University of Western Australia, Arts Victoria, Dept of Culture and the Arts of WA, ArtsACT, Australian Network for Art & Technology, University of Western Sydney, The University of Sydney, ACME, Australian Centre for Field Robotics, Symbiotica, Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian National Botanic Garden.