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Exhibition PostNatural Organisms of the European Union, 24 August-17 Sept Thu-Sun @Waag Society

Diaphonized Lizard Wet Specimen, Preserved Diaphonization Specimen, Mature

Bacterial communities swarm into gorgeous works of art

The Alan Turing Centenary Year has now drawn to a close. What a year it has been! The Arts and Culture Subcommittee have been particularly busy with our fantastic touring exhibition “Intuition and Ingenuity” (taking its name from Turing’s descriptions of his methodology for mathematics!) which has travelled the length and breadth of the UK. Starting at Kinetica in London, then to Lighthouse for Brighton Science Festival, then Lovebytes Festival in Sheffield, Birmingham for the

Outsider art from a scientist, revealing the hidden machinations of the natural world

“I knew that caddis larvae were able to make tubes using the materials around them and I had learned from my friends that gold could be found be found in rivers. This made me wonder whether caddis larvae would be able to use gold to make their cases.” —Hubert Duprat, who adds: “The work is a collaborative effort between me and the caddis larvae.” Via Henry Fry. http://scrawleddownpaperedges.blogspot.ca/2013/02/hubert-duprats-insect-art.html

EMILIE BROUT & MAXIME MARION Oasis Max Life, 2016 Tablet computers in floral foam, steel pedestal 59 × 15 3/4 × 15 3/4 in