Nathalie Miebach’s exciting sculptural works are an intriguing intersection of art and science. Join us for an afternoon presentation and discussion with the artist.
According to the artist, “Central to my work is the desire to explore the role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of science information. By utilizing artistic processes and everyday materials, I am questioning and expanding boundaries through which science data has been traditionally visually translated (ex: graphs, diagrams), while at the same time provoking expectations of what kind of visual vocabulary is considered to be in the domain of ‘science’ or ‘art’.”
Miebach holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Political Science from Oberlin College, OH, and both a Master of Art Education and Master of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art.
Photo: Changing Waters (detail), Nathalie Miebach, 2011
Gallery Hours| Tues-Sun 10am-5pm, Wed 10am-9pm
Tickets are $7 for members, and $18 for nonmembers (includes museum admission).
Public Transportation| Commuter Rail