Abstract: This virtual exhibition of art-science works by internationally recognized artists opens March 1. Situating contemporary genetics within a spectrum of past, present, and future ways of configuring bodies and technologies, it prompts viewers to reconsider their relationships with one another and with other species. Throughout the Spring, the artists will participate in events—talks and workshops—highlighting the themes of their works.
The exhibition may be viewed here.
Related “in-real-time” programming is described here, where those interested may register to participate in these events:
April 2, 7:00 – 8: 15 pm — Crossing Kingdoms: A Panel Discussion, with artist-researchers from SymbioticA at the University of Western Australia presenting new ways of considering the categorization of life in the context of synthetic biology
April 6, 6:00 – 8:50 pm — Dreaming Workshop: Afro-Indigenous Futures—Reflections on (post-)colonial pasts, presents and futures, with interdisciplinary artists Alisha Wormsley and Suzanne Kite
April 7, 3:25 – 4:40 pm — ESTROFEM LAB: Estrogen Geeking in which artist and biologist Mary Maggic will introduce and screen the short film, “Open Source Estrogen,” and discuss their work ESTROFEM LAB: ESTROGEN GEEKING, combining do-it-yourself science, body and gender politics, and biotechnical civil disobedience
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