The contemporary British artist, James Dean Diamond has been appointed as the inaugural Artist in Residence at the Genome Damage and Stability Centre, part of the School of Life Sciences at the University of Sussex.
Diamond and curator Samia Ashraf have been permitted access to the work of the research groups and genomic scientists at the Centre, enabling them to consider ideas of genome damage, mutation and their relationship to diseases such as cancer. Translated into a body of photographic work, Still Points & Sea Beams, and an education programme, How is knowledge formed? Working alongside a practical philosopher, Ciara Taylor, the intention is to bridge art, science and philosophy, to establish a collective vocabulary and assist in understanding, exploring and responding to these multifaceted issues.
All Works Are
Title: Untitled, identified by the series number
Medium: Chromogenic Print, shot on film or digital capture
Edition: 8 per work | Presently releasing edition 1 - 4 | At a future date to release edition 5 - 8
Dimensions vary for each piece – sizes are listed within each body of work
Each work is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by the artist, numbered & dated
Price on request