The project is over 250 metres in length with a selection of the artwork patterns embellished in glow-in-the-dark vinyl to reinterpret scientific imagery into a dynamic visual narrative.
The world of medical research, when viewed through a microscope, is one of wonder and beauty where nature and biology can be seen in the most delicate and intricate forms.
Tiny cells, a cluster of embryos, organisms multiplying - these are the unique views seen through the researcher’s lens. It is a breathtaking view not seen by the public.
Pretty Little Things celebrates and explores this beauty by re-interpreting microscopic images provided by students, staff and researchers associated with The University of Melbourne into modern abstract patterns enhanced through a fluorescent colour palette.