Thursday, September 27, 2007

Alessandro Scali & Robin Goode's NANOART on NATURE

Yes, it's true. On the last NATURE issue published today there's an article about our nanoart project, written by Emiliano Feresin. Here's the editor abstract, directly from nature website:

It's a small world

Curated by Stefano Raimondi as part of the BergamoScienza festival in Bergamo, Nanoart may be the smallest show on Earth. Billed as Italy's first nanoscale art exhibition, "per vedere l'invisibile", it features six works by 'nano' artists Alessandro Scali and Robin Goode. Their collaboration with physicist Fabrizio Pirri, from the Turin Polytechnic University atomic force microscopy lab, produced works including Actual Size, a far from actual size map of Africa.

Monday, September 3, 2007


The official website for NANOARTE exhibit in Bergamo is online. Soon the english version. You can also see some pictures of the latest nano artworks. Enjoy it!

Saturday, September 1, 2007


If you want to know something more about the first two artworks and the nanoart project in general, you can download this pdf. For any other question you can write us at (Alessandro Scali) or (Robin Goode).