Reflecting Nature

Reflecting Nature

The whole family can enjoy wild science, cool technology and funky art this coming half-term school holiday!

Kent Wildlife Trust is hosting Reflecting Nature on Thursday 2nd June at its Tyland Barn Visitor Centre.

Visitors can get involved in a scientific investigation; improve their photography skills in a phone camera workshop; and create a title for a piece of exhibition artwork.

Reflecting Nature is part of The Wavelength Project - an ongoing arts/science collaboration between award-winning multimedia artist, Mark Ware, and neuroscientists and psychologists at Brighton and Sussex Medical School and Staffordshire University, supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

Reflecting Nature is an exhibition of sixteen digital prints which use imagery of the natural environment and symmetrical patterns. Mark Ware’s work draws on his experiences since having a stroke in 1996 which altered the course of his life. He founded the Wavelength Project in 2011 and part of the research included an investigation into how we respond to the effects of natural and artificial stimuli.

To book your place at the event please click here or call 01622 662012 (Mon-Fri).