Archive of Author | Eleanor Armstrong

Eleanor S. Armstrong ¬†researches collaboration between artists and scientists, to understand the working relationships, practices and circumstances that help collaborations succeed. She is currently a PhD candidate at UCL, and previously studied Chemistry at the University of Oxford and Art and Science at Central Saint Martins. She also works in science communication, as an Explainer at the Science Museum, and as a STEM ambassador. Annually, Eleanor organises ‘Creative Reactions London’ which partners artists and scientists for collaborations for six months culminating with an exhibition and festival of events celebrating collaborative work.

Articles with Eleanor Armstrong


How can we understand collaborations between Artists and Scientists?

“In this article I will explore some of the tools that exist for understanding interdisciplinary research and how they can be applied to collaborations between artists and scientists.”

Eleanor S. Armstrong researches collaboration between artists and scientists, to understand the working relationships, practices and circumstances that help collaborations succeed. She is currently a PhD candidate at UCL, and previously studied Chemistry at the University of Oxford and Art and Science at Central Saint Martins.