With one foot in the world of science and one in art, scientific photographer and installation artist Linnea Rundgren of Linear Photography is combining the disciplines to communicate her unique perspective on the magnificent architecture of nature and the microscopic magic of the space between spaces.
Using technical imaging, Linnea transcends space and time, illustrating the unseen in life, science, and the microcosmos through her fascinating image displays.”
Scientific Photographer and public display designer Linnea Rundgren of Linear Photography will be displaying her new works as part of the NGV Melbourne Now – Open Studio event at the Abbotsford Convent on February 27.
The exhibition is featuring Linear Photography’s recently produced series of colourised scanning electron microscope images, illustrating current nano technology research that is being undertaken at RMIT Microscopy and Microanalysis Facilities. The display arrived back from the International Nano Technology and Microanalysis Conference ACMM23ICONN2014 at the end of last week and will move on to it’s permanent location in the RMMF laboratories at RMIT in March. The images are displayed in an innovative light cube arrangement and are sure to provide an exciting insight into the fascinating world of cutting edge scientific research. The exhibition also features Linear Photography’s series Life in The Microcosmos that illustrates life at a microscopic scale.
The exhibition opens to the public on February 27.