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GALLERY: Andrew Carnie

[ 4 ] August 22, 2010 |

British artist Andrew Carnie, the focus of this month’s Beautiful Brain Podcast, often creates work that is time-based in nature, involving 35mm slide projections onto complex screen configurations.

His latest project, Dendritic Forms, which is currently showing at the GV Art Gallery in London, is a body of work that investigates the visual motifs of trees and organic matter that is mirrored within the human brain. Here we present a collection of Carnie’s brain-themed work from throughout his career. For more information, make sure to tune into this month’s podcast.


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  1. […] the representation of the self through scientific imagery. We’re also featuring an exclusive online gallery of his […]

  2. Jeremy says:

    Some of the bodies look like Alex Grey’s Chapel of Sacred Mirrors images. Pretty cool.

  3. […] small scenes of nature:  The microscopic inner workings of our body.  We have featured art by artists inspired by these tiny scenes, specifically the scenes in our brains, but in The Art of […]

  4. Elna Bischoff says:

    I am from South Africa. An old art student. I like your work a lot!

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