An internationally acclaimed artist inspired by Neuroscience, Psychology and Consciousness Studies, who works with a range of media: drawing, printmaking, sculpture, digital and mixed media. N-Georg's very special monotype layered gel images explore the relationship between the physical dimensions of the human body and the metaphysical boundaries of the human spirit.
A Bulgarian sculptor, who is devoted to creating interactive sculptures, combining multisensitivity, quirkiness and kinetics. His futuristic works use technical thought as a main source of inspiration for movement in three-dimensional space.
A neuroscience-based visual artist, director of SciArt Center, and editor in chief of SciArt Magazine. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including shows in Amherst, New York City, Baltimore, Seattle, Madison, Princeton, London, Toronto, Knokke, and others. She also teaches, consults, curates, and frequently writes about art, and is currently an adjunct professor/Innovator-in-Residence at Rutgers University. Her "Territories" artwork presents a series of brainscape maps that blur the line between the known - the map - and the unknown - the territory. This series is in part inspired by Jorge Luis Borges' short story "On Exactitude in Science" and The Map and the Territory by Michel Houellebecq.
A multimedia artist who creates work that gives visual expression to the wonder and process of scientific inquiry and discovery. She has exhibited internationally with work included in the LMB permanent collection in Cambridge, England. Her artwork has been influenced by the inspired marriage of her grandparents, the scientist Francis Crick and the artist Odile Crick. Her ’Cerebral Wilderness’ series explores how our knowledge of ourselves and environment are inextricably linked as changing landscapes transformed by scientific discovery.
Assoc. Prof. George Miloshev and Assoc. Prof. Milena Georgieva
Well-established Bulgarian scientists, with contribution to numerous national and international scientific projects. Their artwork will showcase their success in establishing a method for the detection of different types of genotoxic stress. Together with Nevena Ivanova, PhD, specialist in biomedia aesthetics and philosophy of technology, they are the driving force behind Symbiomatter: experimental arts laboratory, a non-profit organisation for the promotion of bioart, open biotech and citizen science in Bulgaria.
We welcome your contribution if you consider yourself an artist, sculptor, photographer, architect and if your work is inspired by scientific discovery or represents an artistic interpretation of scientific (natural) phenomena (biomimicry, astronomy etc.), or you are a scientist and you think your work can be presented in a visually attractive way.
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