from dream to dream – where science meets art

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from dream to dream where science meets art is a beautifully designed and illustrated book containing essays and images by contemporary artists.

A rare opportunity to gain access to artists’ reflections on their work and the role science plays in informing their ideas and influencing their practice. Despite the obvious differences between art and science, this collection of essays posits the claim that science and art offer much to each other: science has benefited tremendously from the work of artists as have artists from the work of scientists.

Edited by Alannah Robins, founder and director of Interface, the editor brings the practice as well as the theory into sharp focus through her experience of working internationally in her own multi-disciplinary art and in bringing artists to the Interface studio to explore at a conscious level the intersections between art and science.

Accessibly written, containing varied disciplines and styles, this collection of essays makes from dream to dream a useful reference book and study for any artist or indeed scientist with a curious mind.

RRP €30    Available to pre-order now, will be mailed mid-September

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Contributors to from dream to dream are as follows:
Kaitlin Bryson, USA, an ecological artist merging bioremediation with sculpture, performance, fiber arts and video installation.
Peter Dalmazzo, Australia, an environmental scientist with extensive experience working in the fields of marine biology and coastal management.
Mary Donnelly, Ireland, landscape painter.
Michael Geddis, Northern Ireland, visual artist and retired veterinary surgeon, specialises in drawing and print-making.
Anna Glynn, Australia, an interdisciplinary contemporary artist.
Ruth Le Gear, Ireland, works as a hybrid artist working at the interface of nature, water remedy, intervention, and environmental art.
Selma Makela, Ireland, is a visual artist. Louise Manifold, Ireland, works conceptually with film, photography, sculpture and text.
Louise Manifold, Ireland, works conceptually with film, photography, sculpture and text.
Jasmin Märker, Northern Ireland/Germany, is an interdisciplinary artist working at cross-sections of bio-art and sculpture.
Doris Rohr, England, is Senior Lecturer at Liverpool Hope University where she teaches undergraduates in Fine Art and Design, drawing and history/theory of art.
Brett Sroka, USA, is a composer, musician, sound artist and curator traversing the spheres of improvisation, technology and contemporary art.
Sarasija Subramanian, India, is apainter and graphic artist.
Ian Wieczorek, Ireland, is a visual artist working primarily in painting, installation and video.
Alannah Robins, Ireland, an interdisciplinary artist, and editor of from dream to dream.