A visual study of physics by non-physicists. Over 100 students at Camberwell College of Art were introduced to the ‘invisible structures’ of physics by art-science collective Jiggling Atoms.
In this exhibition students used imaginative and playful mediums to relate the lessons that they had learnt, employing jelly, bike chains and pendulums to engage audiences.
Over 1000 visitors passed through the doors of 47/49 Tanner Street over 2 days to view the wealth of work and take part in a series of workshops for children and adults.
Photography: Sam Hart