Andrea Rassell is a filmmaker, media artist and interdisciplinary researcher in science art. Working in nanoart — artforms that engage with nanoscience and nanotechnology — she creates experimental films and moving image installations that explore scale, technological mediation, and the multisensory perception of the sub-molecular realm. For the project Wildly Oscillating Molecules, she turned nanoscientific instrumentation into cinematographic tools, ultimately creating immersive sonic and tactile experiences of the nanoscale environment. Her work has been shown at the New York Imagine Science Festival, Oaxaca FilmFest in Mexico, the New Zealand International Film Festival, White Night in Australia and Sónar+D in Spain, and has been recognised by awards and grants from the Australian Government, the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), the Council of the Humanities and Social Sciences (Australia), St Kilda Film Festival, and Oaxaca FilmFest. Andrea was the 2019 recipient of the Australian Network for Art and Technology’s Synapse residency, where she developed moving image works that explore the social and cultural implications of diagnostic systems in collaboration with the Ian Potter NanoBioSensing Facility. In 2020 Andrea is an artist-in-residence with Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico), and a member of the ANAT Ideate programme.