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Volume 1, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 2055-2823
  • E-ISSN: 2055-2831



As part of JAWS’s ongoing commitment to publishing and working with emerging academics and arts writing across higher education, for the first time we have invited a first-year B.A. student to contribute the review. For this review, our reviews editor Renée O’Drobinak (Slade School of Art) has taken a ‘hands off’ approach, with Julius Puolakanaho taking the lead in not only writing the review independently but choosing an exhibition that he felt lent itself to the emergent themes in this JAWS, where arts methodologies are seen to be employed in traditionally more scientific pursuits. The exhibition ‘Revelations: Experiments in Photography’ at The Science Museum ran from 20 March to 13 September 2015, exploring the relationship between the use of photography in science since the mid-1800s up to their present day mutual influences and overlaps.

‘Revelations: Experiments in Photography’, The Science Museum, London, 20 March–13 September 2015


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