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An exhibition of works produced in ‘A Nervous Encounter,’ a collaboration between the MRC Anatomical Neuropharmacology Unit and students at Central St Martin’s College of Art and Design, opened with a private viewing on 5th October. The opening night at the Old Fire Station was busy with a great atmosphere; scientists and artists mixed to discuss the works on displa

‘An Emerging View’ – Agnieszka Tamiola
‘An Emerging View’ – Agnieszka Tamiola

A drop-in session was held on Saturday 13th October where visitors could talk with the artists and scientists involved with the project.

‘A Nervous Encounter’ began as a class visit by MA Art and Science students from Central St Martins to the Basal Ganglia lab of the MRC ANU. The visit grew into something bigger as some artists proposed further collaboration to create exciting artworks. The exhibition continues at the Old Fire Station until Saturday 20th October.

For more information on the project please visit the Nervous Encounter website.