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Neuromedia: art and neuroscience

Neuromedia: art and neuroscience

Posted by on Nov 26, 2013 in News | 0 comments

  Until 10th March 2014, the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium is hosting Neuromedia: Art and Neuroscience Research, an exhibition by the artist Jill Scott, co-director of the programme Artists-in-Labs in Zurich. The show, which is based on Scott’s ten years of research as resident artist in various neuroscience laboratories at the...

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Pioneers Prize VIDA15

Posted by on Nov 25, 2013 in Article, News | 0 comments

To commemorate its long trajectory and its recognition as a key player in the sector, VIDA 16.0 has added as a new feature the VIDA Pioneers Prize. The aim of this prize is to recognise the work of artists who have laid the foundations for a new way of understanding creation through an alliance among art, science and technology. The Pioneers Prize...

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Grow it: art and synthetic biology

Grow it: art and synthetic biology

Posted by on Nov 21, 2013 in News | 0 comments

  Until 19th January, 2014, the Science Gallery of Trinity College in Dublin is presenting the exhibition Grow Your Own, which explores the implications and potential applications of synthetic biology through the work of engineers, scientists, designers, artists and biohackers. Curated by a team comprising the artist and designer Alexandra Daisy...

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“Not Invented by Nature”: an experimental bioart project

“Not Invented by Nature”: an experimental bioart project

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in News | 0 comments

  Ursula Damm, a professor at the University of Weimar and one of the prize-winning artists in VIDA 15.0 with her project Chromatographic Ballads (created in collaboration with Martin Schneider) has joined forces with Dr. Roland Eils from the University of Heidelberg to for the project Not invented by nature, which focuses on the application of...

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Constructing the Mar Menor Monster. VIDA Incentives for Production: an interview with Clara Boj and Diego Díaz

Constructing the Mar Menor Monster. VIDA Incentives for Production: an interview with Clara Boj and Diego Díaz

Posted by on Nov 12, 2013 in + VIDA | 0 comments

  The Mar Menor coastal lagoon, located in the Region of Murcia, is the largest salt-water lagoon in Spain with a coastline 73 km long and an area of 135 km2. Because of its enormously rich environment, the lagoon has been designated a Specially Protected Area of Mediterranean Importance by the United Nations. The ecological balance of the area has...

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