Artsuite - A vision in a dream: a fragment - Original artwork by Michael Whittle.  Ink, pencil and watercolour on paper.  49 × 49 inches.  The drawing contrasts two extremes of our current notions of ‘vision’: the cutting edge, remote sensing technologies of NASA space probes (complete with romantic reference), and the laboratory creation of self-assembling visual tissues using stem cell technologies for the very first time.

MICHAEL WHITTLE

Drawing | 2018 

 

(Cassini probe data swathes of Titan’s Xanadu region with ciliary margin-like stem cell niche generated from self-organizing human retinal tissue)

The drawing contrasts two extremes of our current notions of ‘vision’: the cutting edge, remote sensing technologies of NASA space probes and the laboratory creation of self-assembling visual tissues using stem cell technologies for the very first time.  

 

Size

49 × 49 inches - Framed

 

Materials


Ink, pencil and watercolour on paper

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

A vision in a dream: a fragment

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MICHAEL WHITTLE

Drawing | 2018 

 

(Cassini probe data swathes of Titan’s Xanadu region with ciliary margin-like stem cell niche generated from self-organizing human retinal tissue)

The drawing contrasts two extremes of our current notions of ‘vision’: the cutting edge, remote sensing technologies of NASA space probes and the laboratory creation of self-assembling visual tissues using stem cell technologies for the very first time.  

 

Size

49 × 49 inches - Framed

 

Materials


Ink, pencil and watercolour on paper

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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What if the solution to a puzzle you’d been struggling to solve ended up being the METHOD you were using to solve it? Sounds strange, but that’s exactly how English artist and researcher Michael Whittle came up with the idea for his award-winning 2015 PhD thesis, which has since been downloaded more than 58,000 times in 25 different countries. After receiving his MA from London's Royal College of Art...