GRAPHICS, ILLUSTRATION AND JIGGLING ATOMS

From gravity and sound waves to intricate drawing machines and musical jelly, Illustration and Graphic design students explore the abstract world of physics. 

Invisible Structures is a visual study of physics by non-physicists. Boasting a wide variety of formats from moving image, interactive art, books, objects and prints, the show runs for two days of exploration and play. From atoms to distant stars and quantum mechanics, the artists  tackle a seemingly impossible challenge: visualising the inner workings of our universe that are invisible to the human eye.

The group of artists is composed of second year students from the illustration and graphic design courses at Camberwell College of Arts. They were introduced to the beguiling world of physics through a series of lectures, tutorials and workshops organised by art-science collective, Jiggling Atoms. Fusing art with science, the students have created an exhibition that explains, explores or simply reveals what they have discovered in the invisible world of physics.

INVISIBLE STRUCTURES // 47/49 GALLERY TANNER STREET // 18TH-19TH JUNE 2013