Nine short films, based on the animations, music and space data (as audio) from the  ‘Sounds of Space’ show of November 2018, will be part of a larger film installation exhibited at the Venice Biennale (8thMay – 4thJune 2019), at the ‘Alive in the Universe’ exhibition.

Music composition by Kim Cunio, Data sounds collected and curated by Nigel Meredith, video editing and conceptual framework by Diana Scarborough. Antarctic Ice  is a taster of a journey from a past climate to beyond the galaxy. For more go to the portfolio page. 

Kim Cunio -composer, musician, Head of Music at the Australian National University, Camberra.

Nigel Meredith -Space Weather Scientist with British Antarctic Survey

Antarctic Ice


My exhibition ‘From A to B’ – a retrospective of prints, paintings, drawings and collaborations opened Saturday 21 April at The Yarrow Gallery, Oundle. PE84JA. Works are for sale.
At the exhibition
small exhibition poster bright final
Exhibition poster


This is a selected archive of space ‘sounds’ for an art-science collaboration involving Dr Nigel Meredith at the British Antarctic Survey and artist-engineer Diana Scarborough. The ‘sounds’ have been incorporated into an abstracted time-lapse video of the aurora taken at Halley.

Original video footage: Halley Aurora Timelapse by (copyright) Sam Burrell

A Journey into Velvet

A collaboration with Dr Ana Cabrera (Textile Archaeologist) June 2017A fragmented looped video installation celebrating a collaboration with textile archaeologist Dr Ana Cabrera and artist-engineer Diana Scarborough

This artwork, inspired by Ana’s research project ‘Interwoven’ based at the V&A Museum, London, plays with the concept of forensic investigation, creativity and cross-disciplinarity of art-science thinking by both practitioners. An interplay of visual and sound sources amplify this thinking and intense colours play homage to the luxurious nature of velvet, its materiality, alchemy, history and technology.

 Breaking Boundaries (Sep 2016)

UK artists Melissa Pierce-Murray and Diana Scarborough, in collaboration with the Basque dance company Dantzaz, develop a multidisciplinary performance for the DIPC Passion for Knowledge science festival in San Sebastian, Spain.

Breaking Boundaries- Rehearsal

 Breaking Boundaries, a live art installation combining sculpture, dance, projection and sound, marks the inauguration of the Passion for Knowledge 2016 science festival organised by Donostia International Physics Centre(DIPC). By working with local dancers, taking concepts from science and sourcing sounds of the city, the artists have created a work which resonates with authenticity and creative interaction; an integral part of the San Sebastian, European Capital of Culture 2016 program.

Water’ – A Video Installation

This is a sound-video installation piece firsst created for the Technical Museum, Zagreb in 2016 by Diana Scarborough which explores the beautiful and intriguing properties of water from a molecular and artistic perspective. Music has been composed by Jochen Bredel. It was exhibited again in 2018 at the opening of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology in Cambridge.

‘Water’  – A Sound Video Installation for Zagreb, Croatia (Aug 2016)

Twinsed: A Postcard Project

Diana Scarborough works with Dutch artist, Ilse van den Berk on an ongoing  postcard project (Twinsed)  where both artists work on each others work choosing whether to align or obliterate the intentions of the other artist. This is an ongoing collaboration which began in May 2013.  Over 460 cards have been produced so far.