3. Conferences, Talks & Symposiums
4. Exhibitions, Theatre & Events
5. Stuff We Like
1.a SymbioticA related activitiesMODEL AND METAPHOR SYMPOSIUM
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
University of Newcastle Australia
Presenters include: Dr Jill Scott, Margaret Wertheim, Prof Richard Vella, Prof Douglas Kahn, Natalie O'Connor, Renée Beale, Oron Catts & Stelarc
We would challenge the general paradigm that Art and Science are the antithesis of each other and that you are either "an Artist" or "a Scientist". As such, it will be fruitful to explore how Art and Science were linked in the past, how they interact at present and what might be the future. The aim is not only to explore how science/technology could be integrated into an artwork but how art methodology can generate new scientific insights and technologies. We see this as a relationship with many possible variations.
Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei
Curator: Ming Turner
Co-Curator: Yu-Chieh Lin
Until 12 January
The term “Post-human” comes from Post-human Manifesto by Steve Nichols, published in 1988. Although the definition of “Post-human” remains undecided within academic and artistic circles, the term has become very common in describing the divergent and complex life expectations and identities of 21st century people. A group of twenty-five artists have been invited to participate and show their works in the exhibition, to help interpret the continuously developing and noteworthy theme of the “Post-human,” under three headings: the “cloned human,” the “transgendered human,” and the “transformed human.” The group of 25 artists include Oron Catts & Ionat Zurr and many others.
Grow Your Own
Until 19 Jan 2014
Science Gallery Dublin
GROW YOUR OWN… is a new exhibition created by Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin that invites you to consider some of the potentially ground-breaking applications and uncertain implications of synthetic life. Tackling the provocative questions that designing life raises, GROW YOUR OWN... gives you the opportunity to help shape future discussions around synthetic biology - an emerging approach to genetic engineering, bringing together engineers, scientists, designers, artists and biohackers to design ‘living machines’. The exhibition is curated by artist and designer Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Anthony Dunne (Royal College of Art), Paul Freemont (Imperial College), Cathal Garvey (bio-hacker) and Michael John Gorman (Science Gallery).
Featuring THE MECHANISM OF LIFE — AFTER STÉPHANE LEDUC by Oron Catts, Ionat Zurr & Corrie van Sice.
My Brain Is in My Inkstand: Drawing as Thinking and Process
Until March 30, 2014
Cranbrook Art Museum Bloomfield Hills Michigan USA
This Exhibition brings together twenty-two artists and makers from regions as widespread as the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, Australia, and South Africa to redefine the notion of drawing as thinking process in the arts and the sciences alike. Exploring the contemporaneity of drawing in visual art and design practices beyond the traditional interaction of pencil and paper, the exhibition connects aesthetic fields as varied as philosophy and mathematics, diagrammatic reasoning and rock carvings, performance and basketball, social networking and music, microorganisms and furniture design, eco-art and skateboarding. Featuring The Mechanism of Life After Stephane Leduc (Oron Catts, Ionat Zurr, Corrie Van Sice) and new works in progress by Benjamin Forster: 1. Towards taxonomy 2. a) Tracing (Aspect A : Surveillance) b) Tracing (Aspect B : Wifi) c) Tracing (Aspect C : Cab Charges).
1.b SymbioticA public talks
SymbioticA's public talks program will recommence February 2014
1.c SymbioticA residentsFarewell to residents Loren Kronemeyer and Jill Scott. We'll be seeing you soon no doubt!
Nov 2013 to August 2014
For more info: www.symbiotica.uwa.edu.au/residents
2a. Opportunities: Employment, Funding & PrizesEmployment opportunity: University at Buffalo
The Department Of Visual Studies at the University at Buffalo expects to hire a faculty member at the level of Assistant Professor to begin in August 2014. Position Summary: UB is seeking junior scholar specializing in Science and Technology Studies. We are interested in scholars who pursue research in both historical and contemporary contexts. In addition we would be interested in applicants with some familiarity with studio practice and/or museum studies. Applicants should have a notable record of accomplishments, including publications and invited lectures and must have a PhD in hand no later than August 1, 2014. A demonstrated record of achievement in teaching and mentoring is preferred. Salary for this position is at the assistant level. Position Description: Teach two courses per semester; maintain an active record of published research and academic contributions to the larger scholarly community; serve on PhD, MA/MFA and BA thesis committees as well as departmental service; help to further develop the PhD program in Visual Studies. The deadline for applications is December 15, or until the position is filled. However, applicants are encouraged submit their dossiers early as review will begin immediately.
2b. Opportunities: Call for Papers & ProposalsCALL FOR PROPOSALS
April 10–12, 2014
The Centre for 21st Century Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee seeks proposals for critical, historical, and theoretical papers or creative presentations that address the questions posed by the concept of “anthropocene feminism.” Plenary speakers include: Stacy Alaimo (University of Texas at Arlington) Claire Colebrook (Penn State) Myra J. Hird (Queen’s University) Natalie Jeremijenko (NYU) Elizabeth A. Povinelli (Columbia) Juliana Spahr (Mills College) Marina Zurkow (NYU) For more information, and to submit a proposal, see:
Due: Dec 6 2013
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Toward a Science of Consciousness 2014
April 21-26, 2014, Tucson, Arizona
Speakers will include: Ned Block, David Chalmers, Karl Deisseroth, Daniel Dennett, David Eagleman, Rebecca Goldstein, Stuart Hameroff, Christof Koch, Henry Markram, John Searle, Petra Stoerig, Giulio Tononi and many more. Toward a Science of Consciousness is an interdisciplinary conference known for rigorous and leading edge approaches to all aspects of the study of conscious experience. These aspects include neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, cognitive science, artificial intelligence, molecular biology, medicine, quantum physics, and cosmology as well as art, technology, and experiential and contemplative approaches. The conference is the largest and longest-running interdisciplinary gathering probing fundamental questions related to conscious experience. An estimated 700 participants from over 60 countries are due to take part. As in previous conferences, program sessions will include plenary and keynote talks, concurrent talks, posters, art/science demos and exhibits, pre-conference workshops, side trips, and social events in the Tucson tradition.
Due: Dec 10 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
Merging Media: An Interdisciplinary Conference on the Study of Hybrid Arts
Saturday 1st February 2014 University of Kent, Canterbury
Although we naturally recognise different artistic media as distinct forms – music, painting, sculpture, film, dance, theatre, architecture, animation, and so on – we also understand that these mediums can nevertheless have a meaningful dialogue in the creation of new artworks. Over the course of art history there have been numerous occasions when different media forms have merged or been juxtaposed for artistic purposes. These intermedial examples have seen word and image intertwined on the page in the illuminated books of William Blake; experimentation with the partnership between painting and music in Modest Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition; performance and music mixed in Variations by John Cage; the deconstruction of paintings through digital visual manipulation in Peter Greenaway’s lectures; and the recent National Theatre Live and Royal Opera House theatrical performances being broadcast onto cinema screens. These instances – and many more – demonstrate a long tradition of medium boundaries being crossed, media being combined to accentuate one another, or the creation of a new medium altogether.
abstracts (300 words) for proposed papers, panels or performances and a short biographical note to email@example.com
Due: 13th December 2013
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Cloud and Molecular Aesthetics
Istanbul June 26-28 2014
The Third Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference at the intersections of art, science and culture seeks papers that explore the theme of the cloud and molecular aesthetics. Clouding occurs when information becomes veiled, foggy, fuzzy, obscure or secretive, or when it condenses, blooms and accretes into atmospheres of chaotic turbulence and pressure vectors, into tidal flows and storms. The cloud also is a new formation of data as a global and seemingly immaterial distribution of storage and means of retrieval. This data cloud exists everywhere and yet is nowhere in particular. As with the protocols of bit torrent files, the cloud provides a new concept of sound and image “assembly”, distinct from and beyond the materialist machinic diagrams and the practices of re-mixing or remediation that became characteristic of late twentieth-century and millennial aesthetics. The cloud is not an object but an experience and its particles are the very building blocks of a molecular aesthetic in which we live and act.
Deadline for abstracts is Dec 14th 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
OH-MAN OH-MACHINE: The Politics & Esthetics of Post Humanism
International Conference, 18-20 May, 2014
Tel-Aviv University & The Midrasha New Center for Art, Culture & Education, Tel Aviv
A recent graffiti sprayed in the center of Tel Aviv raises the question that has reverberated within critical discourse over the past decade: "And what's after postmodernism?" There are those who believe that the probable answer to this question is "post-humanism", a paradigm that is in many respects the direct and obvious continuation of postmodernism. Or as Katherine Hayles underscored in her 1999 seminal book, post-humanism is embodied in the act of deconstruction performed on the humanist liberal concept of "the human."1 The mechanism of deconstruction continues to dismantle the humanist tradition and reaches its peak in the attempt to deconstruct the very essence of humanity itself. In other words, the ideology of the post-human condition challenges the very uniqueness of humankind in relation to other forms of life -- hybrid forms for example -- and is no longer satisfied with merely questioning the traditional position of mankind at the center or at the peak of the great chain of being as in the past.
Due: 15 December 2013
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Ninth International Conference on the Arts in Society will be held at Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, 25-27 June 2014. This interdisciplinary conference is a forum for discussion of innovative theories, practices, and critical commentaries of the arts, specifically as they are situated in everyday life, culture, economies, and politics. Proposals for paper presentations, poster sessions, workshops, roundtables or colloquia are invited, addressing the arts through one of the following themes: Arts Education Arts, Theory and History New Media, Technology, and the Arts, Social, Political, and Community Agendas in the Arts and The Lives of Art (2014 Featured Theme).
Submissions due: 17 December 2013
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Unlikely: Journal of the Centre for Creative Arts calls for submissions for inaugural issue, Feral.
Publication: April/May 2014
Unlikely is an international, transdisciplinary journal, based at the Centre for Creative Arts, La Trobe University, Melbourne. The journal fosters conversations across mediums and disciplines, between artists working in practice-led research and a range of scholars engaged with a common theme. Each issue is preceded by a live event, around that issue’s theme, from which creative artists also submit work for peer-review. Unlikely supports innovative developments in practice-led research in the academy as well as providing a forum for transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary engagements with a specific theme. It is peer-reviewed and open-access.
Submissions due: 8th January, 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS
Piss Panel 2014
Urine and its attendant act, urination, is often a fraught and taboo subject, popularly evidenced by the debates surrounding Andres Serrano’s iconic/iconoclastic 1987 photograph, Piss Christ. Yet there has been surprisingly little critical discussion of the politics of representing urine/urination, leaving many lacunae within understandings of art and visual culture. This panel seeks to dispense with the discourse of shock and contentiousness that has silenced investigations of a universal act that is understood differently within various cultural contexts. To cite two disparate examples, in the early 1970s artist Ray Johnson playfully represented his friends and contemporaries like Andy Warhol and James Rosenquist as peeing snowmen in both collages and his trademark correspondence art. Contemporaneously, gay and lesbian leather communities in urban centers created complex visual coding around the erotic activity of golden showers, or piss play. This panel seeks to trace the complexities of representations of pee within Modern and Contemporary art and visual culture. Papers/topics considered may include but are certainly not limited to: medical and health campaigns and illustrations, erotic imagery featuring urination, the materiality and/or iconography of urine, theories or (mis)understandings of the abject, and (counter)public/private feelings around urination.
Please submit 150-250 word abstracts to both firstname.lastname@example.org
by January 15.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Cultural Studies and the New Uses of Literacy
4-5 April, 2014
University of New South Wales
This symposium emerges from ongoing debates, local and international, about the different approaches to ‘literacy’ in contemporary Cultural Studies. According to Stuart Hall, “there would have been no Cultural Studies” were it not for Richard Hoggart’s The Uses of Literacy: Aspects of Working Class Life. The importance of literacies emerges in Graeme Turner’s concern that the research projects of many students (and many academics, we would add) “are too often reduced to their topic rather than situated within the broadest possible relation to a body of ideas, concepts and approaches”. And David Buckingham warns that the proliferation of literacies may be fashionable, but it raises some significant questions. Popular discussions of “economic literacy,” “emotional literacy,” and even “spiritual literacy” seem to extend the application of the term to the point where any analogy to its original meaning (that is, in relation to written language) has been lost.
Abstracts not exceeding 500 words will be accepted until 20 January 2014 and should be emailed to email@example.com
CALL FOR PAPERS
Keep It Simple, Make It Fast. Underground music scenes and DIY cultures July 2014 Portugal Underground music scenes have long been associated with strong DIY (do-it-yourself) cultural practices. A legacy of punk and indie music, DIY became an expression for anti-establishment, anti-mainstream and anti-hegemonic ways of life. Therefore, in a sociological reflection, though open to all other social sciences, we intend to discuss the importance of the musical and artistic underground practices in the contemporary society for its volatility but also for its undeniable importance in the urban youth cultures. The Conference Organizing Committee invites all those who would like to participate to submit their abstracts until the end of January, 2014. Please send your abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Due: Jan 30 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS
Unnatural Futures Conference
Dates: 3 & 4 July, 2014
Venue: Centre for the Arts University of Tasmania, Hobart From genetically modified foods to zombie apocalypse, concerns about the future are increasingly reflected in contemporary media, policy and culture. An “unnatural future” is being shaped by rapidly escalating anxieties about the social, cultural, environmental and technological risks that now pervade everyday life. This climate of fear and uncertainty about the future requires careful consideration around how best to respond and intervene in debates, discussion and media representations around our “unnatural future”.
This conference brings together researchers from a range of academic disciplines, including those from the social sciences, humanities, and agricultural and environmental studies, to address the following questions: how do we imagine the future? What are the methodologies or theories that may help navigate these potential futures? The intention is to share and explore views of the possible natural and unnatural futures that loom large on the horizon Submission of abstracts or panel proposals: email@example.com
Due: 31 January 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS
4th Annual Conference on Advances in Biotechnology
10-11 March 2014 Dubai
Biotechnology is a field of applied biology that involves the use of living organisms and bioprocesses in engineering, technology, medicine and other fields requiring bioproducts. The concept encompasses a wide range of procedures for modifying living organisms according to human purposes - going back to domestication of animals, cultivation of plants, and "improvements" to these through breeding programs that employ artificial selection and hybridization. This multi-disciplinary conference aims to provide a challenging forum and vibrant opportunity for researchers and industry practitioners to share their original research results and practical development experiences on specific new challenges and emerging issues. www.advbiotech.org/CallForPapers.html
Due: 10th February 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS
ARCTIC MODERNITIES: AN INTERNATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE
September 15–18, 2014
UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway
Michael Bravo, Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge; Susi Frank, Humboldt University, Berlin; Monica Kristensen, polar explorer and author
The Arctic Modernities Conference will investigate the impact of modernisation and modernity on the Arctic as a cultural formation from a variety of perspectives across the humanities: literary, visual and cultural. We particularly welcome papers addressing three nodal points that are often interlinked within discourses of Arctic modernity: gender, indigeneity and ecology. Gender may be seen as key to an understanding of modernisation processes in the Arctic, while indigeneity and ecology are inextricably linked in discourses of Arctic modernity that respond to the complexities and risks of Arctic developments, globally as well as locally. All three nodal points provide the possibility of critique and a necessary focus on the grey zones ignored in much present-day decision making about the Arctic. The perspective on the Arctic may be both external/touristic and internal/indigenous, based on residency and intimate local knowledges.
Due: March 10 2014
3. Conferences, Talks, Workshops and SymposiumsArchitecture and non-places
Professor Marc Augé
5pm-6pm (refreshments 6pm-7pm)
Thursday 12 December
Abel Smith lecture theatre, St Lucia Campus, University of Queensland
by Mon 9 Dec (for catering) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Using one of his most famous concepts, namely the idea of the “non-place”, in this lecture Professor Augé will examine concepts such as globalisation, urbanisation, city-world and world-city. In doing this he will draw up an opposition between the "system" and "history" to argue that great architecture today is an expression of the system that participates in a contemporary aesthetic characterized by a sense of distance. Professor Augé will conclude by suggesting, provocatively, that the very idea of world architecture alludes to a global society that does not exist and is thus a reproduction, in reverse, of the relationship expressed by the sight of the ruins of the past. Given this, it may be that we are condemned to find beauty in non-places.
Professor Marc Augé is one of France’s leading intellectuals. His work has revolutionized his primary discipline of anthropology and serves as a key point of reference for work inside and outside of this field. He is the author of dozens of books including Non-Places: An Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity, In the Metro and L’Expérience des images (with Umberto Eco and Georges Didi-Huberman). In 2008 the journalL’Homme dedicated an entire edition to his work. Having studied at the École Normale Supérieure, Augé spent much of his career at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales where he served as President and taught many leading seminars.
Ars Bioarctica Residency 2014 – Open Call
Since 2010 the Finnish Society of Bioart is organizing the ARS BIOARCTICA RESIDENCY PROGRAM together with the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station of the University of Helsinki in the sub-Arctic Lapland. Until now 39 artists, scientists, and practitioners have been developing work at the Station - including Marko Peljhan and Matthew Biedermann from the Arctic Perspective Initiative, Oron Catts from Symbiotica or sound poet AGF. The residency takes place in the facilities of the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station. It provides the residents with a combined living and working environment, a basic laboratory, internet connection and sauna. The Kilpisjärvi Biological Station offers to the residents the same possibilities and infrastructure as its scientists and staff. This includes access to scientific equipment, laboratory facilities, the library and seminar room as well as the usage of field equipment. A dedicated contact person in Kilpisjärvi will familiarize residents with the local environment and customs. The emphasis of the residency is on the Arctic environment, art&science collaboration and is open for artists, scientists and interdisciplinary research teams.
Deadline: 15 Dec 2013
OPEN CALL FOR SPRING SESSIONS #2
This is an open call for participating in the second edition of Spring Sessions at Hangar art production and research center based in Barcelona (Spain). The Spring Sessions are intensive and interdisciplinary meetings between artists and other professionals for developing a specific part of a larger research project.
The Spring Sessions provide the opportunity to an artist to invite a professional from another discipline to work together in the development of part of a larger research project within the framework of a one month residency in Hangar. One participant will be based in Barcelona and the other somewhere else. The person based elsewhere will be able to live in Hangar’s guest house during the development of the residency (one month).
Deadline for applications 31 January 2014
Personhood Beyond the Human
December 6-8, 2013
Yale University, New Haven, CT USA
A growing body of research shows that many nonhuman animals, especially great apes, dolphins and whales, and elephants, have self-awareness, intentionality, creativity, symbolic communication, and the other characteristics of "personhood." If at least some animals are psychological persons isn't it time to extend the legal protection of 'human rights' from our species to all beings with those characteristics? Pending advances in genetic engineering and computing will make the need for clear criteria for personhood, and what we owe persons, even more important in law and public policy. The Personhood Beyond the Human conference will tackle these questions and take a hard look at our evolving notions of personhood by analyzing them through the frameworks of history, neuroscience, philosophy, ethics, and law. Special consideration will be given to discussions of nonhuman animal personhood, both in terms of understanding the science and philosophy behind personhood, and ways to protect animal interests through the establishment of legal precedents and by increasing public awareness.
Collaborative Art + Bio Workshop
ISLAND LIFE: Tropical Field Studies of Art+Nature in Puerto Rico Dates of travel: January 10-17, 2014 Escape the cold winter to the Caribbean in this one-of-a-kind, art+nature immersion experience in Puerto Rico! Join us for an artistic exploration of the diverse tropical wildlife from rainforest, mountain, beach and coastal environments. Through hands-on observation, artistic interpretation and various biological methods, we will learn to utilize the natural habitat as a studio/lab to make informed art about tropical plants, animals, and nature.
Transforming Public Engagement on Controversial Science & Technology
University of Waikato
17-18 February 2014
This symposium, being organised by an interdisciplinary research team, will feature several major international scholars and will provide an interface among scientists, social scientists, artists, policy practitioners, managers, and activists.
THE ROMANTIC DISEASE: AN ART AND SCIENCE INVESTIGATION OF TB
March 24, 2014
Watermans 40 High Street
TW8 0DS Brentford UK
The Romantic Disease: An Artistic Investigation of Tuberculosis" exhibition by Anna Dumitriu will culminate in a fascinating and accessible multidisciplinary symposium on World TB day 2014 bringing together the project team and advisers to tell stories of their own relationships to the disease across art, science, ethics and healthcare, with opportunities for debate and discussion.
Life, in Theory
The 8th Meeting of the European Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts
June 3-6, 2014 Turin, Italy
The VIII European Meeting of the Society for the Study of Literature, Science, and the Arts aims to continue the conversation between science and the humanities on the implications for our projected futures of the manipulation, administration, and governance of life forms. The concept of life today no longer provides sufficient ontological ground to distinguish among different forms of life and to guide ethical, political, legal, or medical actions. Thus, a discussion across disciplinary forms of knowledge and theories of life, and the practices they authorize, is literally to confront issues of life and death.
4. Exhibitions, Theatre & EventsThe Museum of the History of Cattle Exhibition
Helsinki, Cable Factory Until 10 December 2013
The Museum of the History of Cattle is the first part from the encyclopedic research and art project "The History of Others", in collaboration with author, playwright Laura Gustafsson. The project aims at re-writing cultural history from the point of view of non-human animals. Research for different species' viewpoint of shared cultural development is made in collaboration with researches and professionals from different fields of biology, humanities and arts. The project takes on different forms related to the species in question, with long distance goal of collecting different parts of the research and art works as a grand-scale Museum of the History of Others exhibition and publication. The Museum of the History of Cattle takes the form of an ethnographic museum while exhibiting the shared history of cattle and humans, one of their most important companion species. The large scale exhibition looks at the way human scientific theories such as evolution, their technological developments and related ideologies have effected the lives of both of these species. It also looks at the concepts of time, history and heritage from cattle perspective, while providing information of the lives of cattle outside the normative, human-dominated cattle society.
Book launch with exhibition
GV ART London
Monday 16 December 2013, 6 to 9pm
A century ago, a young girl swallowed a pencil. It now resides in a jar on a shelf of the Pathology Collection at Bart’s Hospital in London. The discovery of this specimen raises questions about the motivations and the circumstances in which this scenario occurred, not to mention the specific use of this pencil lead and its strange fate. Somewhere between fiction and reality, this series of drawings was developed by artist Anais Tondeur as a narrative piece. They were created during a journey to set the graphite specimen in its historical and paleogeological context.
NOISE and whispers
until 14 December 2013 GV ART London Curated by Martin A. Smith NOISE and whispers uniquely considers the fusion of sound, art and science by bringing together the work of over 30 international contemporary artists.
The Schizoanalysis of Culture
Date: Monday, 16 December, 2013
Location: University of Wollongong,
Building 19, Rm 2072 (Research Hub)
‘Culture’ is the middle within which we always begin. A schizoanalysis of culture seeks to critically examine this middle in a manner free from the dictates of identity, the telos of ‘cultural policy’ and other totalising forces. It searches for, to borrow Deleuze’s description of Bourdieu’s project, a way out of the ‘closed, exchangist cycles’ of so-called realist cultural sociologies. Along these lines, the subject is not a substance operated upon by the well-intentioned, but a project of individuation. This workshop will explore and test out a range of schizoanalytic approaches to culture through the work of Deleuze and Guattari. Topics to be addressed will include the schizoanalysis of film, teen sexting, pornography, online fraud and news as an assemblage.
Please rsvp for catering purposes to
Dr Craig Lundy – email@example.com
Border as Method, or the Multiplication of Labor
DATE: Tuesday 12 November, 2013
VENUE: Red Rattler Theatre, 6 Faversham St Marrickville NSW
RSVP: To Christy Nguy (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 8 November A panel discussion with Dr Melinda Cooper (University of Sydney), Associate Professor Andrew Murphie (UNSW) and Dr Jessica Whyte (ICS/UWS) will follow.
5. Stuff we like
Medical Museion at the University of Copenhagen
6 Months of Tonal Vibrations of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake Expressed in Crystal
23andMe ordered to halt sales of DNA tests
Exhibit features cheese made from human bacteria
Godzilla is attacking the luminous world of the late painter Thomas Kinkade.
Poo Printer uses bird excrement as ink
Australian Humanities review Issue 55, November 2013
Other Bodies: Other Lives; Other Deaths. Editor: Jon Stratton
*Disclaimer: content found on SymbioticA's e-DIGEST was sourced from multiple sites. Detail information was not written by SymbioticA rather excerpted from their respective host sites.
If you have any suggestions for topics that the SymbioticA e-DIGEST should cover please e-mail them to: email@example.com
Subscribe/Unsubscribe here for regular information on art, science, culture and lots of stuff in-between:
SymbioticA, the Centre of Excellence in Biological Arts, School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology
M309 University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Highway Crawley 6009 Western Australia Phone: +61 8 6488 7116