Invisible Portraits is Science World’s newest art exhibition. This multimedia exhibition uses metal sculptures, wood carvings and large-scale portraitures to highlight the world of microbes—invisible to our eyes but complex and incredible when viewed up close. I had the opportunity to meet up with two of the exhibition's artists, Patrick Keeling and Erick James, before their “Meet the Artist” night here under the dome. I recorded our meeting using my slightly less than top of the line tablet, and had fun transcribing our conversation, which was almost overshadowed by the sounds of children playing around us. What came through, though, was the obvious delight when I asked Patrick and Erick where their art meets science.