Science Gallery London at King’s College London is a space where science and art collide, showcasing collaborations between King's researchers, artists and young adults to address contemporary subjects in a thought-provoking way.
Curator Producer for DARK MATTER – Sandra Ross
Sandra Ross is a curator and producer with an active interest in interdisciplinary artistic practices that examine the connections, overlaps and divergences between science, art, philosophy and culture. She has worked as a curator at The Arts Catalyst and the Pump House Gallery, where she later became the Director. In 2011 Sandra co-founded the experimental space The Hidden Noise in Glasgow and has also curated and produced exhibitions, events programmes and festivals for the British Council, Film London, and the Science Museum's exhibition Cosmonauts.
As a catalyst for creative collaborations in art and science, we draw on the expertise of a group of people who approach the season topic from their individual artistic or scientific perspectives. Advisors help Science Gallery London to shape the content and direction of the season so that it becomes something that has credence in their respective worlds.
The advisors for DARK MATTER are:
- Martin Clark – Director at Camden Arts Centre
- Regine Debatty – Writer, curator and founder of the blog We Make Money Not Art
- Malcolm Fairbairn – Professor of Physics, King’s College London
- Carey Young – Artist
- Gary Zhexi Zhang – Artist and writer