The People’s Choice Award sponsored by Kaleri for the 7th Art in Science is finally revealed.
Congratulations Laia Ferrer for winning the People’s Choice Award with Quadruple Taylor Cone.
This prize comes as a result of our collaboration with the UCI start-up Kaleri. They have created an online exhibit with all this year’s submissions so that you can enjoy it, even if you weren’t able to attend our event last Thursday. Click here to visit the exhibit.
Thank you everyone who participated to the 7th Art in Science contest! We had a wonderful time with the contestants, the judges, the Kaleri team, and all of you who joined us for the event.
We are excited to share all 33 entires with you here and present the winners of the night. If you want to discover the story behind each piece of art visit the online exhibit on the Kaleri website.
Remember that the People’s Choice Award is still to be decided. Vote for your favorite entry on Twitter using the hashtag #ais7 and mention @KaleriArt (if you do not use the Kaleri App, add the name of the piece on the tweet). Voting closes Nov. 24th at 23:59 and the winner will be announced here and on the Kaleri website on November 25th.
Congrats to the winners!
First place: Amanda Dark with Stain Art
Second place: Adam Luke with Trippy Mississippi
Third place: Julia H. Majors with Repixelation
Honorable mention: Donn Silberman with When is a window a mirror? – Self Portrait
Last hours to submit at the 7th Art in Science contest here!!
You can also start voting for your favorite artwork on Twitter with the hashtag #ais7.
Good luck to all participants!
See you all on the contest day: 20th November, 2014. Starting at 6pm, in Natural Sciences 2 building.