Parasite, will be the inaugural exhibition at the new Wellcome Trust Cultural Zone, The Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge.
Deborah will create an installation work at Glenside Hospital Museum, Bristol, for an international network conference, July, 2016.Modernism, Medicine and Embodied Mind: Disorders of Self.
The focus of this residency was to carry out inter-disciplinary research centred around fieldwork and the discovery by Carl Linnaeus of the snail Radix balthica (the Wandering Snail) at a site in Gotland in 1758.
This pilot project will take an exciting, interdisciplinary approach to investigate the ways in which such ‘signs of life’ are used by experts and amateurs, in understanding the environmental condition of the River Dart.
‘Parasite’ – an audio-visual installation by Deborah Robinson.
Wandering Snail developed by Radix (a collaboration between Deborah Robinson, David Strang and Simon Rundle in association with Bronac Ferran) for exhibition at Fields – patterns of social, scientific, and technological transformations exhibition, organised and curated by RIXC. Arsenals Exhibition Hall of the Latvian National Arts Museum (LNAM).
Discover how artist Deborah Robinson is exploring the world of malaria research at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute to create a new piece of art.
Photographic and audio-visual works by artist Deborah Robinson.
NOISY EMBRYOS is a collaboration between scientist Simon Rundle (MBERC), artist Deborah Robinson, sound artist David Strang, social scientist Matthias Wienroth and curator Bronac Ferran.
The symposium Evaporation of Things is intended to explore the increasingly digital interface to biological ‘things’.
During October 2012 I am a ‘Bright Ideas’ fellow at the ESRC Genomics Forum, Edinburgh.
A short film documenting exchange between Deborah and scientific collaborators will also be produced.
The ATRIA project has grown out of the an artist residency I am currently carrying out with the Marine Biology and Ecology research group, University of Plymouth. This has been funded by the Dean of the Faculty of Science, Richard Gibb.
Prominent scientists and artists will come together on Wednesday 17 March for an unusual open public event at Plymouth Arts Centre. The programme will begin at 2.00pm and will continue throughout the afternoon with talks and presentations, interspersed with lively debate about the relationship between science and art.
Exhibition Opening & Artist’s Talk