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Unfolding Thinking

Artist Les Bicknell is currently embedded within the NanoDTC at the Maxwell Centre, working within the labs and engaging with our students to generate a body of new artwork informed by the engagement with nanotechnology.

The project unfolding thinking seeks to extend our understanding between cutting edge science and contemporary art, specifically making connections between nanotechnology and the making of bookworks. The initial work has focused on creating structures and surfaces derived from the practicals students undertake to during their first term at the NanoDTC. The project is documented regularly through https://unfoldingthinking.blogspot.co.uk/

A video introducing some of the work is available here: Unfolding the thinking

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