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Moody Center for the Arts presents Jillian Conrad BRC Installation opening reception

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Moody Center for the Arts will host the latest installation at the BioScience Research Collaborative, featuring the work of Houston-based artist Jillian Conrad.

Installed in the lobby of the BioScience Research Collaborative building, Conrad’s work is a testament to the generative connection between artistic creativity and rigorous scientific research. Consisting of printed organza and other sculptural materials, the commission draws from imagery obtained from the Robinson Lab, housed at the BRC. Exploring the visuals rendered from the Lab's study of millimeter-sized invertebrates in the pursuit of advancing the treatment of neurological disorders, Conrad’s work allows for a practical and accessible visualization of complex scientific research.

Moody Center for the Arts will host the latest installation at the BioScience Research Collaborative, featuring the work of Houston-based artist Jillian Conrad.

Installed in the lobby of the BioScience Research Collaborative building, Conrad’s work is a testament to the generative connection between artistic creativity and rigorous scientific research. Consisting of printed organza and other sculptural materials, the commission draws from imagery obtained from the Robinson Lab, housed at the BRC. Exploring the visuals rendered from the Lab's study of millimeter-sized invertebrates in the pursuit of advancing the treatment of neurological disorders, Conrad’s work allows for a practical and accessible visualization of complex scientific research.

Moody Center for the Arts will host the latest installation at the BioScience Research Collaborative, featuring the work of Houston-based artist Jillian Conrad.

Installed in the lobby of the BioScience Research Collaborative building, Conrad’s work is a testament to the generative connection between artistic creativity and rigorous scientific research. Consisting of printed organza and other sculptural materials, the commission draws from imagery obtained from the Robinson Lab, housed at the BRC. Exploring the visuals rendered from the Lab's study of millimeter-sized invertebrates in the pursuit of advancing the treatment of neurological disorders, Conrad’s work allows for a practical and accessible visualization of complex scientific research.

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BioScience Research Collaborative - Rice University
6500 Main St.
Houston, TX 77030
https://moody.rice.edu/events/opening-reception-jillian-conrad-brc-installation

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