ArtScience on Screen: New Ways of Seeing

This November, ArtScience on Screen spotlights three artists – Ruth Asawa, Anna Campbell Bliss and Hilma af Klint – who defied categories of gender and genre in their artistic practice.

Exploring the fields of art, science, mathematics and technology, these women continued to produce a prolific body of work in an industry dominated by the idea of a male “genius”.

Taking reference from John Berger’s seminal work Ways of Seeing, the artists featured in ArtScience on Screen: New Ways of Seeing encourage us to consider new perspectives in the creative possibilities across art and science, and re-examine an art-historical canon that often fails to articulate spaces for alternative voices.

Their stories serve as a reminder to the grit and indomitable creative spirit of the women whose influence have been erased, forgotten or gone unrecognized, demanding a rewrite of the histories we have come to know.

ArtScience on Screen: New Ways of Seeing is part of Special Event: Women of Art and Science at ArtScience Museum.

7 – 27 Nov 2020

ticket Price

Free admission. Visitors are encouraged to pre-book seats online due to limited capacity. Walk-ins available on a first-come-first-served basis, subject to venue capacity. Tickets go live on 4 Nov, pre-book your seat here!

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