Signal and Noise at Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design (WSMAD) is the second in an annual series of interdisciplinary exhibitions and talks traversing the fuzzy boundaries between science and art.
The title of the exhibition provides a thematic focus for the participating artists, who have explored it from a multitude of different angles and disciplinary perspectives.
From a computer program that produces large-scale drawings by continuously reassembling the lines of an IKEA instruction manual; to scientific methods to differentiate between the stars and noise in a photograph of the dark sky, the exhibition brings together a collection of engaging, surprising and thought provoking work.
This work challenges us to consider the ways in which we selectively process the constant flow of data and information from the world around us.
This year’s exhibition showcases work from students and staff from across the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design from different courses such as Photography BA, Contemporary Media Practise BA, and Graphic Communication Design BA among others.
Open to the public:
9 November-23 December 2016
London Gallery West Project Space
Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design