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Biological art / Biomedia art / Bioart

A collection of art pieces using biological materials and/or addressing issues related to biology & biotechnology
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Dress and quilt made of killer superbugs - health - 18 October 2013 - New Scientist. Umm. No, I don't want to make this. But fascinating. Ny Wedding Dress, Wedding Dress Alterations, Eco Friendly Art, New Scientist, Fashion Landscape, Geek Crafts, Sustainable Fashion, Sustainable Style, Ethical Fashion
Cosy quilts made of killer superbugs
Dress and quilt made of killer superbugs - health - 18 October 2013 - New Scientist. Umm. No, I don't want to make this. But fascinating.
An artist dyes textiles with tuberculosis and Staph bacteria Medical Artifacts, Mother Clothing, Culture Media, Bio Art, Natural Textiles, Clothing And Textile, Science Art, Fabric Squares, Maternity Dresses
An Artist Dyes Clothes and Quilts With Tuberculosis and Staph Bacteria
An artist dyes textiles with tuberculosis and Staph bacteria
And I Think to Myself...What A Wonderful World.: Bio-Art: Malamp. What A Wonderful World, Skeleton Artwork, C Tattoo, Reliquary, Peculiar, Close Image, Frightening, Wonders Of The World, Watercolor Tattoo
Bio-Art: Malamp.
And I Think to Myself...What A Wonderful World.: Bio-Art: Malamp.
*The Textured Self* © Sonja Baumel, 2011.  After cultivating the microorganisms of her own body in a giant Petri dish, Baumel reproduced them with masterful knitting and crochet works. From her website: "The hand-knitted and crocheted silhouette shows amount, color and structure of the bacteria found on specific zones of her body on the 11th of November 2011" Mixed Media Textiles, Smart Materials, 1950s Christmas, Maker Culture, Petri Dish, Design Language, Wearable Art, Creative Art, Fiber Art
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*The Textured Self* © Sonja Baumel, 2011. After cultivating the microorganisms of her own body in a giant Petri dish, Baumel reproduced them with masterful knitting and crochet works. From her website: "The hand-knitted and crocheted silhouette shows amount, color and structure of the bacteria found on specific zones of her body on the 11th of November 2011"
*The Genetic Code Copyright Certificate Project*  © Larry Miller, 2000.  Creative Time/DNAid is a series of public art projects that address the implications of today's genetic research on our global futures. View more @:  http://www.creativetime.org Larry Miller, Genome, Radhe Krishna, Biotechnology, Public Art, Disability, Genetics, Copyright, Certificate
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*The Genetic Code Copyright Certificate Project* © Larry Miller, 2000. Creative Time/DNAid is a series of public art projects that address the implications of today's genetic research on our global futures. View more @: http://www.creativetime.org
*The Semi-Living Worry Dolls* © Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr These little living flesh sculptures are questioning the cultural status of the new social class represented by the semi-living entities. These dolls were the first tissue engineered sculptures to be presented alive in a gallery setting. Tissue Engineering, Worry Dolls, Social Class, Oron, Australian Design, Nurturing, Biology, Alive, Progress
Oron Catts: The Aesthetics of Failure - Australian Design Review
*The Semi-Living Worry Dolls* © Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr These little living flesh sculptures are questioning the cultural status of the new social class represented by the semi-living entities. These dolls were the first tissue engineered sculptures to be presented alive in a gallery setting.
Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr FIGURE 4 | Tissue Culture and Art Project, Victimless Leather – prototype of Stitchless Jacket grown in a Technoscientific ‘Body’ (2008). This semi-living miniature ‘skin’ jacket was grown from immortalized 3T3 fibroblast (mouse) and HaCat keratinocyte (human) cell lines. This interspecies material, which was created using tissue and stem cell technologies, consists of living tissue grown over a three-dimensional armature. Ghost In The Machine, Cell Line, Stem Cells, Edison Light Bulbs, Visionary, Art Blog
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Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr FIGURE 4 | Tissue Culture and Art Project, Victimless Leather – prototype of Stitchless Jacket grown in a Technoscientific ‘Body’ (2008). This semi-living miniature ‘skin’ jacket was grown from immortalized 3T3 fibroblast (mouse) and HaCat keratinocyte (human) cell lines. This interspecies material, which was created using tissue and stem cell technologies, consists of living tissue grown over a three-dimensional armature.
*Where Stars Come From*  © Gunes-Helene Isitan, 2013, from the MicroScapes Series. Images from that series are biological artwork using the biological potential of the negative film in contact with life itself, rather than through the effect of light. #bioart #biological art Gene, Medium Art, Quilt, Art Pieces, Visual, Series, Stars, Artist
BioArt | Canada | Gunes Isitan / artist-researcher in biomedia arts
*Where Stars Come From* © Gunes-Helene Isitan, 2013, from the MicroScapes Series. Images from that series are biological artwork using the biological potential of the negative film in contact with life itself, rather than through the effect of light. #bioart #biological art
Biological artworks grown on photographic film strips, NOT digital art!  The Microscapes Series' artworks are using the biological potential of the photographic film in contact with life itself, rather than through the effect of light.  See all images on the artist's website @ www.gunesisitan.com Photographic Film, Molecular Biology, Film Strip, Artist Websites, Artworks, Digital Art
BioArt | Canada | Gunes Isitan / artist-researcher in biomedia arts
Biological artworks grown on photographic film strips, NOT digital art! The Microscapes Series' artworks are using the biological potential of the photographic film in contact with life itself, rather than through the effect of light. See all images on the artist's website @ www.gunesisitan.com