UCL artist-in-residence talk
24 July 2007
Camila Sposati, artist-in-residence at UCL Chemistry, will give a talk on Tuesday 24 July at Gasworks in Vauxhall, London.
Camila will speak about her work addressing the links between art and chemistry through projects using military rescue flares and her current research at UCL into crystal growing techniques. Camila's practice explores the processes of entropy, order and disorder and the tendency of matter to shift towards equilibrium.
Camila will be joined by the international artists Janek Simon, Muhammad Zeeshan and Annalisa Sonzogni who are also currently holding residencies.
The talks start at 7pm and admission is free. Refreshments will be available.
To find out more, visit the Gasworks website.
Image: Artist Camila Sposati in the Turner Laboratory at UCL Chemistry