Topic “Iwasaki + Catts”

"Biogenic Timestamp" at Ars Electronica, Austria and Japan - admin - 9.4.14

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"Biogenic Timestamp" at Ars Electronica, Austria and Japan

Hideo Iwasaki's and Oron Catts' Biogenic Timestamp project is on show until 2015 at Projekt Genesis in the Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria. It was also exhibited at InterCommunication Center, Tokyo, Japan, December 25 2013–March 2 2014.

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Retrofitting Life - the fantasy of bio-architecture at the University of Sydney

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03 Nov 2011

Oron Catts reviews how architects are trying to break through biomimetics, hoping to employ biological systems and processes for architectural ends. Link

The Biogenic Timestamp - oron.catts - 18.12.10

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The Biogenic Timestamp

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The Biogenic Timestamp is a project researching the links between geological and biological time, combining the unique geology and biology of Western Australia. We are exploring different aspects of material manifestations of temporality and placement using an array of time based artistic practices and new developments in synthetic biology, working with cyanobacterium as a model organism.

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Synthetic Flows - oron.catts - 3.9.10

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Synthetic Flows

“Imagine an observer with a time-scale so large... He wouldn't even see us. Species to him would seem like vast amounts of bio-mass in constant change.... That observer would see species mutating and flowing.

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Hideo Iwasaki instructs Oron Catts in cyanobacteria protocols.

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Measuring and manipulating circadian rhythm in cyanobacteria - admin - 1.9.10

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Measuring and manipulating circadian rhythm in cyanobacteria

 

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Time and Place - admin - 31.8.10

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Time and Place

Cyanobacteria expert, Hideo Iwasaki of Waseda University, Tokyo, and biological artist Oron Catts in Hideo's lab, discussing cyanobacteria and circadian rhythm.

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