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Mat Fleming: Seeing Through the see-through
29 October 2015 until 16 January 2016
LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery
Exhibition at LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery, School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee
29 October 2015 – 16 January 2016
open Saturdays 11am-5pm
This exhibition is the result of a residency by Mat Fleming in the Dundee Imaging Facility in the School of Life Sciences supported by The Leverhulme Trust. Mat Fleming is an artist based in Newcastle who has long worked in collaboration with others to make his art including films, moving image installations, music videos, and prints, as well as to create cinemas, curate screenings and run workshops in shooting, editing and processing film. During his residency Fleming has collaborated with scientists Alan Prescott, Jens Januscke and others, and this exhibition brings an artist’s view to both the history and current practice of creating micrographs, ranging in media from film and photography to hand-drawn animations based on digital images.
LifeSpace, the research-driven science art gallery, opened to the public in October 2014 and is a collaborative partnership between researchers from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, and the School of Life Sciences. It is open to the public on Saturdays from 11am to 5pm, and is housed within the new Discovery Centre, the latest addition to Dundee’s UK-leading Life Sciences complex.
More information can be found at http://lifespace.dundee.ac.uk.