Nedyalka Panova works at the boundaries between art and science. Her ongoing research titled 'Artist as a material scientist and the extended phenotype' has placed her in a series collaborations with different research groups in UK and Ireland since 2013 when she graduated with MA in Art and Science from Central Saint Martins, London.
Her most recent project Explosives Negatives with the Organic Semiconductor Centre, led by Prof Ifor DW Samuel, University of St. Andrews crossed the line between organic and inorganic materials. The artist's exploration of organic (plastic) semiconductors used for humanitarian demining, organic LED, organic solar cells, Li-Fi communication and organic lasers entangles with the origin of fluorescence in nature and offers an imaginative walk through a newly built material landscape.
ARTIST'S TALK: 14 May 2017, 4:00pm - 5.30pm. Generator Projects, 25/26 Mid-Wynd Ind. Estate, Dundee. DD1 4JG