Fine Art/ Prints

Beth Croce's science and medicine inspired artworks are included in private and public collections around the world including the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the National Gallery of Australia.

Current art/science/technology collaborations include Window to the Internal World, in which Beth uses medical imaging technology as basis for works in a number of media including traditional printmaking and glass on glass mosaic. Using datasets provided by the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (Berlin), generated in the course of diagnostics and treatment, she reconstructs the individual - virtually - in 3D, on the computer. She can then manipulate, explore and reveal the anatomy creating images that depict a unique view, strange but familiar. This project has qualified for AbaF (Australian Cultural Fund) listing.

NEWS: How to Mend a Broken Heart limited edition print series featured in Scientific American's special Valentine's Day Symbiartic blog. Read it the blog here here. This work also made the SciAm 'Best of the Blogs' video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8zlzY2KtuY