The Live Creature and Ethereal Things: Physics in Culture – edited by curator Nicola Triscott and artist Fiona Crisp, published by Arts Catalyst – is a collection of texts, images and conversations that present fundamental physics and the physics of the universe as human activities and cultural endeavours.
Arts Catalyst recently published this small publication to mark the planned launch of Ariel Guzik’s Holoturian in the Gulf of California in
A few weeks ago, Arts Catalyst launched the Graveyard of Lost Species, a public monument by artists YoHa (Graham Harwood
I don’t often paste announcements here, but is such an exciting opportunity it needs to be circulated as widely as
With the UK government’s new commitment to nuclear energy, let’s re-visit some of those old recurring debates around clean energy, safety,
The new IAF (International Astronautical Federation) Technical Activities Committee for the Cultural Utilisation of Space (ITACCUS) was announced during the
LESS REMOTE The Futures of Space Exploration: an Arts & Humanities Symposium 30 September – 1 October 2008 International Astronautical