Thursday 28 May, 2015 | 10:00am-1:00pm & 2:00pm-5:00pm
Location: Bournemouth University, Talbot Campus.
Room: Atrium Balcony, Poole House.
BOOKING – This workshop is free and a you can drop in at any time. If you want to guarantee a place please book at: https://blasteventmay28.eventbrite.com
MiMaterial turns the studio into a working laboratory where a collection of microscopes from the Royal Microscopical Society will be used to explore a hidden world of, complex structures and micro-landscapes revealed in the materials we encounter in our daily lives.
Participants are encouraged to bring plant material to examine in the workshop and any drawing/sketch material for study. Following the workshop the results will form part of the BLAST exhibition in the gallery.
Rob Kesseler works in the overlapping territories between Art, Design, Photography, Applied Art and Science. During the past fifteen years he has worked with a range of scientists – botanical, molecular, genetic, with access to their knowledge and technologies.