Artist at the CBCB

Artist at the CBCB – when art & science meet.

“The art practice which the artist Derek Hill has set up with scientists of the University of Newcastle is remarkable for how it represents an unfaltering stream of exceptional work that Derek has produced since his time at the Royal College in the 1970s and the persistence that he has shown in linking his art production to collaborative projects with professional artists and non-professionals.        When he left the Royal College and was travelling in Africa, Derek’s life was put in jeopardy by a bacterial infection. The experience has been a mainspring of his work over several decades, and it found a ready response from the university scientists. The resulting link of computer imaging with the organic nature of Derek’s art practice presents a remarkable opportunity for the creation of new and exciting artwork, and the engagement of university personnel, schools, and communities.” 

John Millard. 2018 (former museum manager in Newcastle and Liverpool)

Artist at the CBCB

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEaXqBBNmccqIWlSfvFIDI9xUzy1doF3C

https://www.thecrackmagazine.com/view-editorial/6880

https://www.ncl.ac.uk/cbcb/about/engagement/

Below is a selection of photographic studies for Shifting Worlds and paintings that are currently on show at the CBCB.

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