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We are a digital surface design company at the intersection of art & science that uses microscopic images to create textile patterns and apply them to sustainable apparel made in the USA. 

At the Intersection: Exhibitions

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At the Intersection: Exhibitions

Ariele Faber

Check out the summer's coolest art and science exhibitions across the country!

San Francisco, CA: Exploratorium Museum

1. LasersScientist Ron Hipschman uncovers the science behind lasers through this cinematic demonstration. Time: June 28, 2014 @ 2:00 p.m                                                                                             

2. Pulse Spiral: Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer creates an interactive exhibit that uses lightbulbs to imitate your heartbeat. Time: Thursdays, 6:00-10:00 p.m. through August 14, 2014

Photo by Antimodular Research

Photo by Antimodular Research

Macon, GA: Museum of Arts and Sciences

3. Black & Light: Artist James Minden uses abrasion holograms to provide a visually dynamic installation. Time: On display through September 7, 2014     

Boston, MA: Museum of Science

4. Beyond the X-Ray: This exhibition highlights the beauty and innovation of imaging technologies. Time: Permanent Exhibit   

Photo by Museum of Science

Photo by Museum of Science

5. Hall of Human Life: This exhibition uses digital media in order to transform "how you engage with your biology and manage your health." Time: Permanent Exhibit

Photo by Michael Malyszko

Photo by Michael Malyszko

Knoxville, TN: Knoxville Museum of Art

6. Facets of Modern and Contemporary Glass: Luke Jerram's glass sculptures shed a new light on the complex beauty of viral cells. Time: On display through July 27, 2014

Photo by Luke Jerram

Photo by Luke Jerram

Austin, TX: Art Science Gallery

7. Life Cycles: John Self and Matthew Norris merge the life cycles of organisms with those of discarded consumer products in this artistic collaboration. Time: June 28, 2014-July 26, 2014

Baltimore, MD: American Visionary Art Museum

8. Human, Soul, & Machine: The Coming Singularity!: This exhibition examines the exponential growth of "artificial intelligence, robotics, nanotechnology, genetics, 3D printing, and Big Data," and reveals the impact of this technology on human life. Time: On display through August 21, 2014

Photo by Don Meyers

Photo by Don Meyers

New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History

9. Mysteries of the Unseen World: This film exposes what is naked to the human eye. Time: Open through July 6, 2014

10. Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies: This exhibition showcases images of the museum scientists' research and their use of various imaging technologies. Time: June 25, 2014-January 4, 2015