boredomresearch are pleased to announce their solo exhibition In Search of Chemozoa at Aspex Portsmouth from 19 May – 18 July 2021 as part of their 40th-anniversary programme. The multi-channel moving image artwork is a poetic response to world leading research studying cancer across species. boredomresearch developed In Search of Chemozoa during residencies at the
boredomresearch solo exhibition Restless Balance is at the Arizona State University (ASU) Art Museum, Arizona from the 5 Dec 2020 until the 24 April 2021. From the textbooks of ancient Greek physician Hippocrates to current research on the coronavirus pandemic, we know that human health is impacted by environmental factors. boredomresearch have collaborated with leading
boredomresearch are exhibiting the first part of their Anthrobiotica (2020) film in Mar Menor Reset Exhibition at the Center del Carme Cultura Contemporània, València (28 October 2020 to 10 January 2021). Anthrobiotica is a video artwork depicting an underwater world of microbiological life inspired by the stressed environment of the Mar Menor in Murcia, Spain.
boredomresearch are screening their film AfterGlow (Susceptible, Exposed, Infected, ‘Recovered’) in the ArtScience Museum, Singapore in their onscreen Seeing Systems programme (3-31 August 2018). The artists participated in the ArtScience Conversation Event on the 18th August 2018 where they spoke about the research and development of their art and science collaborative project, commissioned by Animate Projects,
boredomresearch are exhibiting their video installation The Ultimate Fate of Jeremy Fisher at Wray Castle, Cumbria in the exhibition The Women of Wray Castle: Convention and Control from 2 March – 25 November 2018. The animation exploits Beatrix Potter’s magical aesthetic to introduce a major issue of our time that would undoubtedly have received her
boredomresearch are exhibiting the next iteration of their Robots in Distress simulation in the Our Friends Electric Exhibition at QUAD, Derby (1 July – 10 September 2017). “There has been a glut of recent news reports that obsess with the idea of robots and AI replacing humans in the workplace. We fear apocalyptic scenarios of AI machines rebelling against us; yet advances in robotics,
boredomresearch are exhibiting their Robots in Distress simulation in progress in the Future Emerging Art and Technology (FEAT) Exhibition at LifeSpace, Dundee (13 April – 17 June 2017). “What role can artists play in collaborative scientific research?…The works in the exhibition ask us to understand the content of complex research projects from a totally different perspective: