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In the past, artists were often involved in research purely to document the science.

The next step involved getting the artist to Antarctica, embedded with the science.

This had to be navigated carefully to ensure that the art retained its own priority as well as collaborating with the science, rather than being simply co-located.

Welcome to another episode of Token Skeptic – with Kyle Sanders from Carbon Dating and Dr Mark Crislip with the new The Society for Science-Based Medicine!

Kyle Sanders began writing comics at the University of Science And Fine Arts for a student-run lampoon site, then spun-off to create the college webcomic.

The benefits to science can be difficult to articulate but chief among them is a reminder of the importance of open-ended exploration.

Another is to be asked questions by someone who spent even more time simply looking at the object of scientific inquiry than the scientists themselves.

This loop of enquiry seems to happen differently in art-science collaborations.

Our collaboration has evolved from arm-chair slide shows, through cross-disciplinary participation and Antarctic expeditions, to a final stage that includes a proliferation of ideas around art, education and science.

A sideways approach that comes from an entirely different artistic perspective might therefore have a chance of penetrating established boundaries.

Where once science was its own domain, this is no longer the case.

Our project explored scientific and artistic aspects of Antarctic ice crystals. It reinvigorates a curiosity about the system and brings an outsider perspective - but one that is expert in observing.