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Hidden Learning : Chrysallis, paintings exploring women in science.

Knight, Sophie Mckay.
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2016

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'Hidden Learning' is taken from 'Chrysalis', an initiative designed to bring together women at all stages of their careers in science research to talk about issues and to seek advice and inspiration.

The conversations were interpreted by artist Sophie McKay Knight to create a body of work that was displayed in the Byre Gallery in St Andrews as part of the Women in Science Festival 2016. A key aim of the project is to examine how creativity and imagination are required as well as integrity and precision when pursuing scientific research.

Hidden Learning explores the parts of themselves women feel they keep hidden in the work environment, such as the pull of career and home/other life - unique as that is to every woman. The veil seen in this image is made up of the molecular structure of a sugar molecule, contributes by one of the participating artists. Original painting (acrylic on canvas) by Sophie McKay Knight, with imagery contributed by women scientists from the University of St. Andrews, as part of the Chrysalis Project coordinated by Dr Mhairi Stewart, Wellcome Images

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