With a day to go before the Ordered Universe conference on Science, Imagination and Wonder, we’re very much looking forward to the public lecture to be given by Professor Jim Al-Khalili, On the Shoulders of Giants: Optics before Newton, in the Weston Library, from 17.15 on
Film-maker Alan Fetiman followed and documented the Through a Glass Darkly collaboration between Ordered Universe and the National Glass Centre culminating in the exhibition of new work by Cate Watkinson and Colin Rennie Illuminating Colour. The documentary is complete and makes for a fascinating insight into the different perspectives of the participants, and how the the various aspectsContinue reading “Illuminating Colour – Through a Glass Darkly”
A new piece in The Conversation from the Ordered Universe team, in the persons of Cate Watkinson, Tom McLeish and Giles Gasper, on our creative collaborations over the last two years, and the on-going exhibition at the National Glass Centre, Illuminating Colour.
2018 is set fair to be another busy year for the Ordered Universe team. In addition to submitting our first volume presenting the treatises On the Liberal Arts and On the Generation of Sounds, and the Middle English Seven Liberal Arts, to press, we have a wide range of other events organised. This is just a reminder of thoseContinue reading “Ordered Universe in Early 2018: Events Update”
Hell, Heaven and Hope: A Journey through life and the afterlife with Dante is now open to the public in the Palace Green Galleries at Durham. The exhibition features a fabulous range of copies of Dante’s works, as well as contemporary artwork. Alexandra Carr’s Empyrean features as part of the section of Paradise. Completed as part of Alexandra’s LeverhulmeContinue reading “Empyrean – Ordering Dante’s Universe”
Multi-media sculptor Alexandra Carr has a new temporary installation at the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County Durham. Lux Mundi was commissioned by the George Harris at the Bowes, as a result of Alexandra’s period as Leverhulme Artist in Residence, a viewing of Lux Obscura, and the good offices of Jane Hedges of the County Durham Cultural Partnership. TheContinue reading “Lux mundi: Alexandra Carr at the Bowes Museum”
Joshua Harvey, a DPhil Candidate in the departments of Engineering Science and Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford brings us a report on his time as a ‘Lost Late’ exhibitor at the Oxford strand of the Being Human Festival 2017. Last Friday saw 1,500 people of all ages congregating under a fabulous mix ofContinue reading “The Ordered Universe Project and the Being Human Festival 2017: Oxford Edition”
Pictures from the opening of Illuminating Colour, last Week Friday 20th October. Taken again by Rosie Reed Gold, and featuring the artists, other members of the Ordered Universe team, and all who came to see the show.
For those that haven’t yet managed to get to the National Glass Centre in Sunderland, we have here a guided tour to the exhibition by Cate Watkinson and Colin Rennie. Rosie Reed Gold took the photographs, adding another level of interpretation to the movement from 13th century Latin manuscripts, to editions and translations, to textualContinue reading “Illuminating Colour: A Guided Tour”
It is not often that you get to see your research used in the production of stunning artwork, but that is exactly the case for the Ordered Universe team and the collaboration with Cate Watkinson and Colin Rennie at the National Glass Centre, University of Sunderland. Opening this Friday, Illuminating Colour runs from October 21st 2017Continue reading “Illuminating Colour: New Work by Cate Watkinson and Colin Rennie”