Jo Berry-Frith

Jo’s current research is an exploration of advanced imaging and microscopy from a visual arts practitioners perspective in collaboration with the Cell Signalling and Pharmacology Group, University of Nottingham; the Natural History Museum, London; and the Centre for Cellular Imaging, Sahlgrenska Academy Gothenburg University, and Malmo University.

She has contributed to a number of Art and Science Collaborations funded by Arts Council England and the Wellcome Trust, including “Brain Container” (2014), “Hijacking Natural Systems” (2011) and “Bridging the Gaps” (2012), an ESPRC funded project at Loughborough University.

She exhibits regularly and widely throughout the country and internationally, with pieces in the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A), Arts Council England (ACE) East Midland Collections, Nottingham University, and Zeiss, Munich. Residencies include the Florence Trust Studios, London; the Natural History Museum, London; and Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham University. Public art commissions include Millfield Sculpture Commission, Derbyshire Moorlands, Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust, New Shetland Museum & Archives, and Blackpool Illuminations.

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