Light Late 2019

On the 20th May we held an event in the Anatomy Museum at King’s College London to celebrate the UNESCO International Day of Light and World Metrology Day

Bringing together over 15 artists and scientists who work in light, we showcased holograms, nanoparticles, lasers, polarisation and projections.

Dr Jess Wade gave an inspiring talk explaining how light and art interlink and went on to talk about her research in LEDs and chirality. Dr James Millen finished the event by talking about how photons can ghost meaning that you can see things that aren’t actually there.

We would like to thank the artists and scientist who took part in this event (listed below) and also give special thanks to the Institute of Physics and Nature Photonics & Nature Physics for facilitating writing workshops for our students.

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Imperial Optics Society – Image credit Steve Po
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Hannah Brown – Image credit Steve Po
 

 

 

Hannah Brown

Daisy Imogen Buckle

Zohar Dvir & Romane Courdacher

Yaprak Goker & Petra Sohnius

Kumi Oda

Debbie Poon

Léa Silvestrucci

Jack Smith

Yukako Tanaka

Jenny Walsh

Diane Wingate

 

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Fractured Helix – Jenny Walsh Image Credit Steve Po

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