We are crowdfunding

Help us set up a new Centre for Art, Science and Technology in London

We want to launch a testing ground, to develop and present innovative projects that explore the intersections between art, science, technology and their social contexts.

Please support our campaign on the Art Fund’s crowd-funding platform Art Happens, we are aiming to raise £15,000 for the centre. A full list of rewards from limited edition artist prints and unique experiences are available on the campaign site.

Meet rocket scientist Dr Lucie Green
Meet rocket scientist Dr Lucie Green
Hold a meteorite
Hold a meteorite
Limited edition photographic print by Tomas Saraceno
Limited edition photographic print by Tomas Saraceno
Meet Dr Marek Kukula
Meet Dr Marek Kukula
Limited edition poster by We Colonised the Moon
Limited edition poster by We Colonised the Moon
Visit the Mullard Space Science Laboratory
Visit the Mullard Space Science Laboratory
Hold a meteorite
Hold a meteorite
Limited edition prints by Melanie Jackson
Limited edition prints by Melanie Jackson

Events

Fran Gallardo | Andy Freeman | YoHa
Sun 2 August 2015
Calling people of Essex join us for a Southend tongue first experimentation and citizen science... more

News

On Thursday 25 June, The Arts Catalyst will launch a campaign on the Art Fund’s crowd-funding platform ‘Art Happens’, aiming to raise £15,000 for a new Centre of Art, Science and Technology, in the heart of Kings Cross.

We need your support!

Rewards, created by international artists who have worked with The Arts Catalyst, will be offered to those contributing different amounts towards this exciting initiative.

Over the weekend of 6 June, The Arts Catalyst invited artists, designers, scientists, writers, technologists, academics, and activists to join a hands-on workshop led by designer and researcher Veronica Ranner at Furtherfield.

Living Assemblies was an opportunity for participants to investigate the coupling of the biological material silk with digital technologies, to think about future applications.

We are delighted to announce that Alec Steadman has joined the Arts Catalyst as Curator. Alec was previously Artistic Director at Contemporary Image Collective (CIC), Cairo, and before that Curator in Residence at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, where he co-curated The 338 Hour Cineclub.
 
Previously he participated in De Appel Curatorial Programme, Amsterdam, co-curating Three Artists Walk into a Bar…, De Appel Arts Center and various locations, and Why Stay If You Can Go?, Stedelijk @ De Appel Arts Center.

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Projects

Ariel Guzik, Nereida, 2010
30 July 2015 - 30 August 2015
A new commission by Ariel Guzik for Edinburgh Art Festival 2015. ‘Holoturian’ is an underwater... more
Fran Gallardo | Andy Freeman | YoHa
2 August 2015 - 29 February 2016
Calling people of Essex join us for a Southend tongue first experimentation and citizen science... more
YoHa | Andy Freeman | Fran Gallardo | Critical Art Ensemble
Wrecked, Fruits of the Thames, Mud Larks estuary image
31 August 2014 - 31 October 2015
Wrecked on the Intertidal Zone, a series of investigations into the Thames EstuaryWatch here for... more

About Us

The Arts Catalyst works with exceptional contemporary artists and scientists, commissioning extraordinary art projects that spark dynamic conversations about our changing world.

Over the last 21 years The Arts Catalyst has collaborated with world class galleries and museums, universities, arts organisations, science agencies,research centres, festivals and art fairs.


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