The World's Artists Pay Tribute to the Sea for Ocean Week
Activist artists and scientists gathered to educate, learn, and protest during the UN’s first Ocean Conference in NYC.
Distract Yourself Forever with Instagram’s Best Collection of Science Toys
Consider Dr. Raymond Hall's @physicsfun your new favorite account.
This A/V Installation Lets You Explore an Infinite Subatomic Realm
Tarik Barri’s 'Matter of Perspectives' takes inspiration from the teeny tiny world of nanotechnology.
Meet the Artist Animating the Kaleidoscopic Beauty of Quantum Physics
Markos Kay's new short film features CERN-approved subatomic visualizations.
This Artist Prepares You for Space by Sealing You in Metallic Membranes
Findings from Lucy McRae's space experiment may have practical medical applications in the real world.
Under a Microscope, Heavy Metals Look Like Crystal Kingdoms
Chemicals and equations are a glimmering audiovisual feast in this macro 4K film.
This Tiny Satellite Sculpture Is a Solar-Powered Synthesizer
Media artist ::vtol:: imagines a tiny satellite that measures the part of Earth’s atmosphere altered by humans.
Here's What Happens When You Expose Photos to Nuclear Radiation
Tech devices get melted back into Earth, photos get exposed to radiation, and plants exist in suspended animation in Julian Charrière’s ‘Freeze, Memory.’
[Premiere] Experience Singularity Inside a Holographic Black Hole
The so-called 'Dark Hearts of Space' inspire this audiovisual performance by Dasha Rush and Stanislov Glazov.
Bacteria-Inspired Art Infects a Chelsea Gallery
Eurasian art collective Slavs and Tatars delve into the cultural impact of bacteria in their latest exhibition
Artist Duo Projects Videos on the Banks of the LA River
Under LA by Peggy Weil and Refik Anadol is a series of geological projections shown on the LA River as part of CURRENT: LA WATER, a new public art biennial.
Amber Eve Anderson
Eclectic Online Show Demystifies High Science with Playful Art
Golden fractals, brainbows, and a Craigslist performance make a solid case for science's position in the art world.