Explore "Molecular Muse," located at the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery and embedded through the biomedical research space. A manifestation of the last four years of the VI4 Artist in Residence program, this exhibit showcases the efforts of talented undergraduate artists nationwide. Drawing from cutting-edge scientific research, these emerging artists embarked on a journey to convey the profound elegance found in the pursuit of knowledge and scientific discoveries. The displayed works range from intricate delicacies of cellular architecture to the breathtaking vastness of knowledge, encapsulating the diversity and complexity of research within the VI4 Research Space, the School of Medicine Basic Science research laboratories, and beyond.
Additionally, viewers can engage with augmented reality elements meticulously developed by student curators. The creations allow viewers to interact with the art as an extension of the exhibition.
Exhibition curated by Rio (Xueyuan) Jia, Graduate student at Data Science Institute, Debbie Wang, graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Kendra H. Oliver, Ph.D., M.P.S., Director of Design for School of Medicine Basic Sciences.
Fellows from the VI4 AiR Program create artwork.
The show opens on August 7th and closes on November 17th.
The Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery is open Tuesday–Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. For more details, please get in touch with the Fine Arts Gallery.
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