ANAT SYNAPSE CSIRO RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2019

ANAT’s Synapse CSIRO Residencies were first offered in 2017. In 2019 artists Carolynne Bourne, Chris Henschke and James Geurts were hosted at the CSIRO’s Advanced Manufacturing hub in Melbourne, and supported by Creative Victoria.

Carolynne Bourne, sand cast ‘neuron’ in preparation for pouring aluminium into the mould.

Carolynne Bourne, sand cast ‘neuron’ in preparation for pouring aluminium into the mould.

 

CAROLYNNE BOURNE + DANIEL EAST

Artist Carolynne Bourneworked with the CSIRO’s Daniel East to transform the micro world of the brain, neurons and micro-organelles into the macro world of objects, devices and architectural features.

Read Carolynne’s residency blog

 

Image: Chris Henschke, Moftopology, ANAT Synapse CSIRO residency, 2018.

Chris Henschke, Moftopology, ANAT Synapse CSIRO residency, 2018.

 

CHRIS HENSCHKE + XAVIER MULET

Artist Chris Henschke worked with CSIRO scientist Xavier Mulet to test the potential for programmable metal organic frameworks that produce audiovisual effects.

Read Chris’s ANAT residency blog

 

James Geurts, Trajectories II: Prebiotica, 2019. 20 x 20 x 4cm. Edition of 1, series of 10, Light box

James Geurts, Trajectories II: Prebiotica, 2019. 20 x 20 x 4cm. Edition of 1, series of 10, Light box

 

JAMES GEURTS + DR RICHARD EVANS AND DR HELMUT THISSEN
Artist James Geurts is furthering his research into polymer coatings and primordial goo with the CSIRO’s Dr Richard Evans and Dr Helmut Thissen.

Read James’s residency blog

CSIRO CURRENT | 2017