Food by Design

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The Museum of Design in Atlanta, Georgia is currently showing my work, The Machine for Living Interdependently. The exhibition Food by Design: Sustaining the Future showcases the creative redesigning of food systems. An array of designers, scientists, policy makers, engineers, farmers, grocers, innovators, and foodies are meeting this challenge by designing, … Read More

Article by Linda Weintraub

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My artwork Digestive Table, was included in Archetypes of Material Use and Disuse: An art and Ecology Primer, by Linda Weintraub. Published in Cogent Arts & Humanities Journal, Volume 3, 2016, Issue 1. This is an Open Access article that can be read in full online. Abstract: Materialism … Read More

WormSelfie Photo Booth in New York

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Hey NYC, come out to the Creative Climate Awards Show closing party and take a worm selfie pic in my custom photo booth for live worms and humans. Your pretty #WormSelfie picture will appear on Flickr and Twitter; broadcasting your worm love out to the internet. I’ll also be showing 2 Worm … Read More

New work at Urban Arts Space

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8 prints from my new series, Artificial Undead, along with my video HandShake, are on display at the Urban Arts Space, Wish You Were Here: Department of Art Faculty Exhibition. Tuesday, October 11, 2016 to Saturday, November 12, 2016. Reception Saturday Oct 11, 5pm – 7pm. All of my colleagues … Read More

Presentation at Open Fields Conference

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I presented Practicing Symbiosis: Experiments in Collaborative Teaching and Art Making between Science and Art, a talk written with Iris Meier. Learn more about our Art-Science project, Where Rocks are Fed to Trees.  OPEN FIELDS Conference and Exhibition in the framework of RIXC Art Science Festival 2016 Riga, September 29 … Read More

Worm Cozies at Steam Factory Showcase

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Learn about my Worm Cozies project and other neat research being done by STEAM Factory faculty members from the Ohio State University. I will show you how cohabitating with a fuzzy, friendly, camouflaged worm composting ecosystem in your home or office could become the future of reducing greenhouse gas output. STEAM … Read More

Presenting work at Green Drinks

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Aug 24 6pm – 8pm – networking begins at 6pm, presentations begin at 7pm. Barley’s Underground, 467 N. High St., Columbus, Ohio 43040 Biomimicry is this month’s theme Nature is efficient. Designers, engineers and artists who look to nature’s ingenuity for alternative physical constructs or methodologies are … Read More

Science of the Unseen SIGGRAPH exhibition

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Thrilled to have my video HandShake – a collaboration with worms, webcam, and musician Matt Ogborn – included in the exhibition SIGGRAPH Science of the Unseen. “What goes unseen, unfelt, unheard? The artworks in Science of the Unseen: Digital Art Perspectives integrate science and art to amplify what may go … Read More

Robots and Art book

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My chapter, Embracing Interdependencies: Machines, Humans and Non-humans is published in Robots and Art: Exploring an Unlikely Symbiosis. I’m pleased to be among this group of authors, engineers and artists. About the book: “The first compendium on robotic art of its kind, this book explores the integration of … Read More

When Architecture, Art, and Biology Collide

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I participated in a symposium at the University of Minnesota that explored the convergence of these three fields and the interdisciplinary design solutions that result in the built environment and beyond. Blaine Brownell wrote about it in Architect Magazine.