Professor Rob Kesseler, Chair of Arts, Design & Science, curated a live exhibition in the form of a laboratory entitled Mi Pattern.
Mi Pattern was a weeklong celebration and investigation into the fantastic world of pattern under the microscope organised by Professer Rob Kesseler, UAL Chair of Arts, Design & Science.
The Lethaby Gallery in Central Saint Martins became a working laboratory where a collection of microscopes were available to explore a world too small to be seen with the naked eye. The materials we use every day reveal complex textures and patterns when magnified from 20 – 2000x.
Visitors to the gallery were also able to create a new landscape of pattern and in a shift from the micro to macro. The images created were individually printed out on a large format printer to provide material to create a series of pattern books, repositories of micro samples as an archive of the event.
Visit the mipattern tumblr to check out what went on during the event and see some of the results.
The event was generously supported by the Royal Microscopical Society, Lambda Photometrics and The School of Medicine, Nottingham University.