Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King’s College

By Nada Walton

We had an exciting turn out and atmosphere yesterday at the private view opening of the much-anticipated exhibition Viewing the Invisible. Thank you to everyone involved in getting the exhibition together, we have thoroughly enjoyed working with you.

“Viewing the Invisible brings together scientists and artists to explore the similarities in their working methods. The exhibition is a multi-faceted display including videos, photographs, paintings and text, as well as an accompanying events programme.”

In conjunction with the exhibition we will be holding a panel discussion and live portrait painting demo by Ann Witheridge at the National Portrait Gallery next week, Sept 15th as well as a number of workshops at Bush House for the Welcome Week at KIng’s College from the 17-19th Sept.

 

Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King's College London
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Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King's College London
Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King's College London
Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King's College London
Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King's College London
Scott Pohlschmidt next to his sculpture of Brian Sutton, King’s College London
Science vs. Art storyboards, King’s College London
Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King’s College London
Dr Megan Dowie poses in front of her portrait by Clemmie St.John Webster, Viewing the Invisible Exhibition, King’s College London

 

To read King’s College Article on the private view Click Here!

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