science as art submissions 2022

Click below to explore the 2022 submissions to the Science as Art competition. Work is also on display in the Hatcher Graduate Library on the U-M Campus February 14-25.

Have a favorite piece or two? We encourage you to vote for your top two favorite pieces using the form below. You can only vote once and must have a U-M account to cast your vote. Take note of the title and/or name of the artist(s) so you can select appropriately on your ballot. Voting for People’s Choice Award will be open through 2:10pm on Friday, February 18.

king card with two tiger design
King of Perception
Lily Rivere
Guha Prisha's artwork
Tower of Hanoi
Prisha Guha
Guha Prisha's butterfly art
Shell-morphed Creature
Prisha Guha
Garcia Angel clock artwork
Angel Garcia
Mire Hughes connected leaves artwork
Ginkgo Ginkgo
Mira Hughes
Xerophytes poem
xerophytes-- a poem
Amber Hashmi
Snyder Gray artwork
We hold while held
Gray Snyder
Jennifer Guo artwork
Move the Mountain
Jennifer Guo
Marissa Woods artwork
Human Nature
Marissa Woods
Katherine Bonefas artwork
Critical periods in 3 parts
Katie Bonefas
Nicolette Harvey artwork
Extraction of Caffeine from Black Tea
Nicolette Harvey
Ana Swanson artwork
Sugar Blues
Ana Swanson
Longitude artwork
Julie Zhou
Zoe Polish artwork
My Body's Betrayal
Zoe Polish
dragonfly artwork
The Breath of the Burren
Madison Grosvenor
Sarah De Falco artwork
Quantum Entanglement
Sarah De Falco
Stella Peng artwork
Bio talk
Stella Peng
Amanda Cheung heart artwork
Playing with Heartstrings
Amanda Cheung
Isabella Minkin artwork
Fruit of Society
Isabella Minkin
Erin Lee fish artwork
Discovering Shark Antibodies
Erin Lee
Morgan Granzow artwork of blood flow in heart
Where the Blood Flows
Morgan Granzow