Jennifer Crouch

Artist, Founder, Teacher, Maker, London, United Kingdom

Jennifer Crouch is a practicing artist, teacher, director and founder of Making in Transit, and founding member of art-science collective Jiggling Atoms - which aims to deliver tactile experiences of scientific knowledge. Jennifer collaborates with scientists to explore the relationship between images, abstractions, and tools used in the creation of knowledge. She is a qualified teacher, tutor for anatomical drawing at Central Saint Martins, and a keen amateur radio enthusiast. Her artist in residence project at the Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI) focuses on materializing abstract mathematical processes using traditional weaving. Jennifer founded Making in Transit during the Arctic Circle Residency expedition in 2016. Making in Transit is an on-going arts and research project that aims to unpack the cultural, material, philosophical, scientific, and environmental implications of the Anthropocene and make sense of our current epoch. Making in Transit delivers public events that unpack different subjects relating to how we respond to our environment including talks and creative workshops from artists, scientists and academics. Jennifer has a background studying physics and medical illustration and previously worked as medical artist at St George's Department of Anatomy. She is a Fellow of Salzburg Global Session 547, The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation? in 2015.


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