Archive of Author | Jasmine Pradissitto

Jasmine Pradissitto’s Quantum Sculptures in light, embrace the dual world of the Physicist and Artist. Her next shows, opening in London are: The Art Gemini Prize 19th-22nd September at Asia House; 20th-24th September Clinic//2 with Vitamin London at The Barge House, Oxo Tower and 2nd- 8th October with MTART at The Church Street Galleries, London as part of ‘Unfold’; an exhibition inspired by Future Cities and the innovative art that will fill them.

Described as ‘holograms you can touch’, forms inspired by nature, the human condition and  scientific breakthroughs, are melted and reshaped from plastics into sculptures as a commentary on an Anthropocene world.

Currently represented by Marine Tanguy and with continued technical support from LSBU, she has a Ph. D from UCL on the quantum behaviour of silicon and has studied fine art at Goldsmiths College and Sir John Cass. She has had solo shows in London and Venice, been shortlisted for various prizes including the Threadneedle and Celeste and has work in various collections. She also continues to speak publicly about the need for creativity to aid our transformation and reinvent ourselves in an increasingly automated world.

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Articles with Jasmine Pradissitto


The Search for a Brave New World Aesthetic

Jasmine Pradissitto describes herself as “a practising Quantum Artist and Creativity Warrior”, a “painter who sculpts with light and colour using the scientific knowledge accumulated over years of experience”, creating ‘holograms you can touch’. Forms inspired by nature, the human condition and scientific breakthroughs, are melted and reshaped from plastics into sculptures as a commentary on an ever increasingly Anthropocene world.

Joining the creative dots: A personal journey through Science to Art

Jasmine Pradissitto describes herself as “a practising Quantum Artist and Creativity Warrior”, a “painter who sculpts with light and colour using the scientific knowledge accumulated over years of experience”. In this exclusive article, she discusses her work and her thoughts on the creative process, on the role of metaphors and how to communicate them, combining a lifetime of being both a physicist and an artist, with teaching skills gained during her 19 years as Director of Proeducation Ltd.