Public Art & Collaborations


My artistic practice is inspired and informed by collaboration, particularly with the science and technology community and relies on creative engagement activities. Outcomes provoke an emotional reaction through beauty and immersion, leading to a deeper understanding of the science. A data-led project ‘Sounds of Space’ with British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has received much interest; films shown at the Venice Biennale and art-science lectures with performance at different locations. As a visiting artist with the School of Music at the Australian National University last year, new work was created and an album 'Aurora Musicalis' is to be released this month. Nanoscience inspired projects are also developing well so its an exciting year already!

Recent Work- 'Sounds of Space' & Nanoscience

Working with space-weather scientist Nigel Meredith since 2016, Scarborough explored new ways of visualising data collected in Halley in Antarctica. This has evolved into a multidisclipinary practice using data as audio. Audiences travel from the past (ice core air- 200,000 years) to beyond the galaxy using dance, live music, sounds and animations. She is also developing new work inspired by nanoscale technologies and PM2.5. Her combined background in art and electronic engineering is a unique mix.

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