The private view of A Nervous Encounter took place on the evening of Friday 5th October. With over 70 invited guests, the gallery was buzzing, and all in attendance were excited.
Many members of the ANU were intrigued by the artworks on display, observing subtle scientific features within the pieces. The aesthetics of the works were equally enthralling, with bold shapes and contrasts evident throughout. The catalogue produced to accompany A Nervous Encounter documents a lot of the science, the art and the process of collaboration.
Join in the dialogue by coming to the gallery at the Old Fire Station this Saturday 13th Oct (12-3pm) to meet artists and scientists involved in the show, and talk to them about their stories of interactions and about how this experiment evolved.