The task of the right eye is to peer into the telescope, while the left eye peers into the microscope.
- Leonora Carrington, Down Below
Yesterday I head downtown to meet with Liz, the Dorrance Planetarium Manager at the AZ Science Center. She is also the Executive Producer of ART360.
Each First Friday, the Science Center hosts Adults Night Out which offers a variety of events to bring in the 18 year and older crowd (in other words – no children). They tie into the First Friday’s art scene with ART360 where they project an artists work with added effects, onto the planetarium dome. My work is scheduled to go up April 3rd.
ART360‘s first showing is at 6 p.m. and the last show will be at 8:30 p.m. Video averages about 10 minutes, I’ll speak to the audience before and after. All guests check in at the ticket desk prior to entering the center and the show. *Seating is first come – first served.
The evening includes roaming all four levels of the Center’s hands on science galleries ( I want to see all of them), a lecture “Gridiron Genomics: What happens when your brain takes a hit!” will be presented by Translational Genomics Research Institute [TGen] (I am interested in this). Mysteries of the Unseen World will be playing in the IMAX (Yes, I want to see this too) and Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro football Hall of Fame (my husband likes) will also be there. The latter 2 events include a fee, the rest is free.
Below are a few shots I was able to capture at yesterday’s meeting. Keep in mind things are moving. My viewing was not accompanied by sound, yours will be.
These 4 images are a kaleidoscope layout of 2 large anatomy studies – one female and one male. I recognize the parts including, large and small intestine, pelvic bone, and the bright blue lines are the lymphatic system.
In my eyes, microscopic meets macroscopic. I take away the idea of creating an environment one day. I already am playing with an idea and this experience adds to that picture.
My work is grounded in medical illustration but moves beyond that. Come and see human and animal anatomy moves across the heavens.
I enjoy a quick walk through the human anatomy area.
For info and directions visit the website → AZ Science Center