Judit Agui is a science communicator based in Berlin and trained in London. Her background in Neuroscience and History of Art inspired her to study the link between Art and Science. Judit is currently exploring the benefits of communicating science to the public through art as an access point using a multitude of media including exhibitions, visual media, installations and articles. Outside of this, Judit is a core member of the international group known as Crossmodalism, who explore the benefits of collaboration across the arts, sciences and entrepreneurship.
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“During the past decades art seems to have taken on a new function. Not only it has the potential to communicate scientific knowledge but it also has the ability to introduce new topics of research and points of view that contribute to the advancement of contemporary science. The experience and skills of the artist bring a new perspective into research that facilitates innovation and new ideas. ‘Spit Crystal’ was a project proposed by Ines Camara Leret, a conceptual artist. She collaborated with scientists at the Dental Institute and Professor Brian Sutton and Alkistis Mitropoulou from the crystallography department at King’s College London.
Judit Agui is a science communicator based in Berlin and trained in London. Her background in Neuroscience and History of Art inspired her to study the link between Art and Science.