Lisa Nilsson, a North Adams-based artist whose Studio Views is one of ArtSake’s most frequently visited web pages, was recently invited to speak about her Tissue Series at TEDMED 2012.
Lisa uses a paper-rolling technique called quilling to create exquisitely detailed cross sections of the human body. She spoke about her work at the independently organized TED conference, which focuses on the future of health and medicine.
I love her observation that viewers’ curiosity about her art technique leads naturally into considerations of biology. STEM to STEAM, anyone?
Image: Lisa Nilsson, HEAD AND TORSO (2010), mulberry paper, 9x13x1 in.
Bob Bendesky says
Such a beautiful combination of Art and Science