What does science have to do with art?
The Science Hidden in Art is a SCOM2001 event designed as an evening of short, interactive presentations covering a range of scientific topics explored through the lens of art.
Take, for example, a visual illusion of rotating circles. We stare at the illusion for a few seconds and suddenly it springs to life and begins to rotate. It can spin slower or faster, depending on the way we look at it - from an angle or front on, closer to us or further away. Why does this happen? How can we explain this effect?
Science offers us the answer - so why not come along and find out more about how science can explain art and give us new insight into the world around us?
We are very lucky to have a fantastic group of speakers for this event, consisting of Prof Paul Francis, Dr Mark Edwards, Dr Tim Brook, Erica Seccombe and Jessica Herrington.
Keep an eye on this page for updates and announcements!