Category: Biomedia

NEUS TORRES TAMARIT, making art about genetics

[two_columns] [column1] (Biomorpha acrylic sculpture) [/column1] [column2] (Incubator for Twin Lifeforms, Biomorpha) [/column2] [/two_columns]   Neus Torres Tamarit is an artist and art director that

BERNDNAUT SMILDE, breaking light and making clouds

[two_columns] [column1] (Nimbus Powerstation, 2017. Photo: Bewley Shaylor) [/column1] [column2] (Nimbus De.Groen, 2017. Photo: Cassander Eeftinck Schattenkerk) [/column2] [/two_columns] “Everything is temporary,” says Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde,

JULIA BOROVAYA, exploring the states of the matter

[two_columns] [column1] (Spherulite project) [/column1] [column2] (LIQUID-DO project) [/column2] [/two_columns]   Moscow-based artist Julia Borovaya is fascinated with substances and their chemical and physical qualities.

Discussion Panel: CRYPTIC 2017: Art and Science

[three_columns] [column1] [/column1] [column2] [/column2] [column3] [/column3] [/three_columns] CLOT Magazine will be collaborating with Neus Torres Tamarit and Ben Murray bringing a discussion panel on

BYRON RICH, tactical biopolitics

[two_columns] [column1] (Open Source Estrogen, Byron Rich+Mary Tsang, 2016) [/column1] [column2] (Open Source Estrogen, Byron Rich+Mary Tsang, 2016) [/column2] [/two_columns]   In an era where

Summit: Global Community Bio Summit

[two_columns] [column1] (Sihinta_Shembil) [/column1] [column2] (Sihinta_Shembil) [/column2] [/two_columns]   The MIT Media Lab hosted the Global Community Bio Summit this September as part of it

Exhibition: Nonhuman Networks

[two_columns] [column1] (Saša Spačal, Mirjan Švagelj und Anil Podgornik, Myconnect, Installation, 2014, Damjan Švarc / Kapelica gallery photo archive) [/column1] [column2] (Heather Barnett, The Physarum

Festival: Ars Electronica 2017

[two_columns] [column1] (Luminiferous Drift, Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand. Photo credit: Tom Mesic, 2017) [/column1] [column2] (The America Project, Paul Vanouse. Photo credit: Tom Mesic,

Digital and Material Worlds: an artistic view

[two_columns] [column1] Blood lamp, Though Collider [/column1] [column2] Bulletproof Skin, Jalila Esaïdi [/column2] [/two_columns]       ‘Computing is not about computers any more. It