The GNSI Annual Member Exhibit is special this year. Under the theme “Visualize: Art Revealing Science” the exhibit will take place at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Art Gallery in downtown Washington, D.C., July 16-October 15. Not only it is a noteworthy location with plenty exposure, it is also a generous duration. And I could not be happier that all my three submissions were accepted!
A variety of media and visual styles will represent my work:
Ants and Their Garden – an information graphic with a snapshot of the complex social system of leafcutter ants and their process of cultivating plant matter to maintain fungus garden that feeds the entire colony.
Electric Eel Anatomy – an animation video created for the Electric Fishes Demonstration Lab at the Amazonia House of the Smithsonian’s National Zoo illustrating the unique body of electric eels.
Sculpted Tree Ant – an interactive 3D model of an ant species commonly found in the Old World tropics, living in the canopy of trees.
Follow the links under each title to get to the Portfolio and learn more about these pieces!