A pair of arms disembodied from a black background, with the hands making a declarative gesture.
Image: Helen Pynor

Spectra: The Art and Consequence of Collaboration

Presented by UTS ART
Free - No Ticket Required

A group exhibition featuring the work of Australian artists and designers working at the nexus of art and science. 

Spectra: The Art and Consequence of Collaboration explores the increasing convergence of art and science and considers how each area impacts the other and how, together, they shed light on who we are and where we’re heading.

Illustrating the extraordinary potential for both disciplines, each work inspires new ways of experiencing and interpreting the world around us.

At the very heart of Spectra is the desire to showcase and celebrate the vanguard of artists leading the world in experimental and interdisciplinary arts practice.

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of free public events in July and August including artist talks, a reading group, a film screening in partnership with Golden Age Cinema and an audio-described tour for blind or low-vision visitors. Visit art.uts.edu.au for more information and to book.

Artists: Leah Barclay, David Haines, Leah Heiss, Chris Henschke, Joyce Hinterding, Helen Pynor, Erica Seccombe and Martin Walsh.

Spectra: The Art and Consequence of Collaboration runs from 16 July – 6 September 2019.

Curated by Experimenta Media Arts. Produced by Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT). Presented by UTS Gallery.