Competition!

We’re super excited for the mural to be on display this week at Bush House, along with all of the many other amazing projects that are part of the ‘Creative Impacts’ showcase! We’re still looking to engage as many folk as possible with your reflections of the mural – to encourage you, we’re offering the…

Chat

Not long to go before King’s College London’s ‘Creative Impacts’ showcase, where ‘Outside In’ will be displayed – and you can come along and view the piece in person! The showcase, which also displays the other amazing projects that are part of the scheme, will run from the 11-15th February, in the Arcade at Bush…

Final piece

We are delighted to announce that the final ‘Outside In’ piece is here! (Hint: get a closer, full browser sized look by clicking on the image!) Now it’s over to you! We want to know what you think! Take a look – what do you see? How does it make you feel? What do you…

Sneak Peak

Yesterday I presented a work-in-progress colourised version of ‘Outside In’ at the London Microbiome Meeting. It was great to hear the positive feedback from researchers, and I’m really looking forward to the imminent digital release of the final version so we can finally open it up for discussion! As I mentioned in my previous blog,…

First draft

The first draft of the ‘Outside In’ Mural is in!¬†It reminds me of “Ophelia“, but with optimism and microbes instead of Shakespearean tragedy! What’s really apparent to me when I look at this is how different mine and MURUGIAH’s approaches to communicating research themes are. He seems to be exploring research themes metaphorically, with many…

The brief

Two weeks ago, after much anticipation, MURUGIAH and I sat down to discuss the project and create a brief for him to work from. It was a productive chat; I talked through the themes from my research that I wanted to explore, and he suggested some initial ideas. It was interesting for me to see…

Welcome to “Outside In”

Thanks for joining us!

Outside In is a collaborative project between artist¬†MURUGIAH and King’s College London researcher Ruth Bowyer.