Art the Science is a Canadian not-for-profit organization committed to celebrating the connections between art and science. Art the Science fosters cross-disciplinary relationships between artists and scientists with a goal of proliferating Canadian science-art culture. ATS facilitates artist residencies in scientific research laboratories across Canada, hosts a knowledge mobilization platform showcasing Canadian scientific and artistic excellence through its online Polyfield Gallery, and chronicles science-art and its cutting edge creators in Canada and around the world via its online publication.
Pixels and Plans is a creative technology studio founded by long-time collaborators Julia Krolik and Owen Fernley. They design, code and strategize to develop innovative products incorporating both art and science into their methods. Pixels and Plans bridge the gap between inaccessible knowledge and the public by harnessing the powers of technology and imagination. They fuse scientific integrity with engaging design to create impactful knowledge mobilization products and science-based art. The scope of their work is expansive and includes interactive data visualization tools, data-based art installations and custom projection mapping software.