The evening begins with a keynote address from world-renowned biomedical animator Drew Berry, whose work has been exhibited at leading international museums...

VizbiPlus: Bridging science with art, design & animation

Location:

Level 6 Terrace Entrance
2000 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Vivid Ideas Exchange, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia
VizbiPlus

Event Details

The evening begins with a keynote address from world-renowned biomedical animator Drew Berry, whose work has been exhibited at leading international museums (e.g., Guggenheim, MOMA, and the Royal Institution of Great Britain) and won many awards (including an Emmy and a BAFTA). 
 
Next, the evening features the Sydney premiere of two biomedical animations from local artists Christopher Hammang and Kate Patterson - followed by finalists in the VizbiPlus Challenge, showcasing new artwork inspired by these animations. 
 
Finally, if your own work bridges art and science, we want to hear from you. Submit an image and a short description of your work, and you could give a 30-second lightning-talk as part of the event.
 
The event is organized by the VIZBI lab from the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and CSIRO's Data61.
 
For more information, go to http://vizbi.org/plus/events.
 
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