Public Art & Collaborations


I am an artist-engineer working cross-discipline, creatively and collaboratively. I create multimedia artworks taking inspiration from scientific practice that embraces environmental concerns and technology. I work with dancers, musicians and researchers to develop soundscapes, video installations and performances and print that offer emotional and conceptual perspectives within an art-science framework. This recent project, ‘Sounds of Space’ with British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has received much interest in the art and science fields. 10 short films were exhibited at the Venice Biennale this year. Future events include an art -science talk at the Blue Dot Festival (Jodrell Bank Observatory) and a 1 month cross- discipline collaboration with the Australian National University in August.

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 performance using data as audio. Audiences travel from the past (ice core- 200,000 years) and earth to beyond the galaxy using dance, live music, sounds and animations. She is also creating new work inspired by nanoscale technologies and textile archaeology. Her combined background in art and electronic systems engineering is a unique mix.

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