Entries by MA Art and Science

See You Tomorrow NOW OPEN

See You Tomorrow MAAS Open Studio 2021 Hello and welcome to MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins. This year’s open studio is a little different and playful. Although the documentation of our works is based online, the map you see below represents the diversity of physical locations we work from. We also added […]

MAAS Open Studio 2021

SEE YOU TOMORROW – Open Studio 21st January 2021 – 21st February 2021 Open Studio will open here on the 21st of January   This year MA Art and Science students are mostly working from their home-studios. With tighter studio spaces they collaborate with co-habiting species, work with diverse responsive matter and make experiments in […]

CERN: January 2020

  CERN has been a place of pilgrimage for scientists from around the world since 1954 and, more recently, they have been joined by artists.  A group of over twenty MAAS colleagues were privileged to spend four days in the company of our hosts, Michael Hoch and Andy Charalambous, exploring the site of the vast […]

Emergent – Open Studio

On 3 December 2019 MA Art and Science held their annual Open Studio event, invited the public into the studio to engage with their emerging interdisciplinary practice through exhibitions, experiments, interactions and performances. Here are some of the highlights…       Di Wingate’s studio space and work. Mariana Heilmann’s studio space and network experiment. […]

The Setting exhibition

The Setting an exhibition by Claire Mc Dermott and Maria Ribeiro The inspiration for this exhibition is rooted in Botany.  Both artists’ approach is unique to their own art practice, but they found connections within their artwork without conversing.  Sculpture and prints display the shapes within shapes that is the core of their inspiration.     […]

CERN travelling exhibition programme

Following the annual research study trip to CERN in January 2019, a series of international exhibits, sponsored by CERN across Europe, featured works by MA Art and Science artists. Andy Charalambous, a longtime CERN collaborator and Visiting Tutor on MA Art and Science, spearheaded the exhibitions in coordination with Michael Hoch of Art@CMS. This outreach […]

Tranquil City Collaboration: 2019

Some of us teamed up with Tranquil City to create a workshop activity to be included in the Mayor of London’s National Park City Festival. Tranquil City is a charitable organisation running ‘tranquil’ walks which encourage contemplation, discovery and an engagement with the local history and urban environment in London. Specifically aimed at the local […]