Biological art / Biomedia art / Bioart

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A collection of art pieces using biological materials and/or addressing issues related to biology & biotechnology

textured self - sonja bäumel Smart Materials, Maker Culture, Petri Dish, Design Language, Wearable Art, Creative Art, Fiber Art, Hand Knitting, Art Pieces

textured self

Sonja Bäumel's work mediates between art and science, fashion and science, design and science, between clothes and body, between fiction and facts.

An Artist Dyes Clothes and Quilts With Tuberculosis and Staph Bacteria Bio Art, Anna, Clothing And Textile, Fabric Squares, Science Art, Maternity Dresses, Textile Design, Culture, Microorganisms

An Artist Dyes Clothes and Quilts With Tuberculosis and Staph Bacteria

An artist dyes textiles with tuberculosis and Staph bacteria

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. Cell Line, Ghost In The Machine, Bio Art, Science Art, Medium Art, Three Dimensional, Ghosts, Art Blog, Chemistry

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artist Anna Dumitriu transforms superbugs into unique items of clothing. The artist sterilizes strains of deadly bugs that kill tens of thousands of people across the US each year. She then uses the strains to embroider into dresses and quilts Bio Art, New Scientist, Dress Alterations, Green Fashion, Sustainable Fashion, Sustainable Style, Ethical Fashion, Formal Dresses, Wedding Dresses

Cosy quilts made of killer superbugs

Fascinated by germs and antibiotic resistance, artist Anna Dumitriu makes beautiful textiles from deadly bacteria

And I Think to Myself.What A Wonderful World. C Tattoo, Bio Art, What A Wonderful World, Close Image, Wonders Of The World, Watercolor Tattoo, Art Pieces, Artwork, Arrow Keys

Bio-Art: Malamp.

So, I said I was going to do the flying silkworms this week. However, seeing as this week's theme will be frogs, change of plans. Frogs are one of science's most common organisms; of course somebody has done scientific art with them. Creepy, cool scientific art. Malamp features specially-stained frog skeletons...gone horribly, horribly wrong. Some are missing legs. Others have far too many legs. The culprits are usually parasites like Ribeiroia or dragonfly nymphs, which, much like French…

Despite various failures, architecture remains optimistically devoted to technological progress, most recently with the realm of biology. However, as artist and researcher Oron Catts asserts, technology rarely acquiesces to nurture and control. Tissue Engineering, Worry Dolls, Social Class, Biology, Sculptures, Technology, This Or That Questions, Architecture, Gallery

Oron Catts: The Aesthetics of Failure - Australian Design Review

Despite various failures, architecture remains optimistically devoted to technological progress, most recently with the realm of biology. However, as artist and researcher Oron Catts asserts, technology rarely acquiesces to nurture and control.

*Where Stars Come From* © Gunes-Helene Isitan, 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. Bio Art, Art Pieces, Quilts, Stars, Film, Artist, Artwork, Photography, Image

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

*The Genetic Code Copyright Certificate Project* © Larry Miller, Larry Miller, Radhe Krishna, Biotechnology, Public Art, Disability, Genetics, Certificate, Art Projects, Coding

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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

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, Film Strip, Artworks, Art Pieces, Digital Art, Website, Artist, Life, Image

BioArt | Canada | Gunes Isitan / artist-researcher in biomedia arts

Merging media art, biology and philosophy, Gunes Helene Isitan's bioart challenges what it means to be human. Created in a laboratory using methods borrowed from microbiology and molecular biology, her work presents a thoroughly entangled multispecies humanity that goes beyond anthropocentrism.