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AGE OF WONDER
28 Mar-06 Apr 2014; Natlab, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
"The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion, which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. Whoever does not know it and can no longer wonder, no longer marvel, is as good as dead, and his eyes are dimmed." Albert Einstein Living Mirror (2013), Age of Wonder, NatLab Eindhoven. Photo by Sas Schilten.
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ART AND INNOVATION: THE FUTURE OF INTERDISCIPLINARITY
19 Mar 2014; Auditorium Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
"Interdisciplinarity is what we need, is often suggested. An approach that does not promote pigeonholing, but that takes the idea that innovation depends on bridging disciplines as its starting point. By itself, this ideal of interdisciplinarity in the context of innovation is not a new one. The emergence of mono-disciplines and hyper-specialization has been criticized extensively.
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LIVING MIRROR
03 03-16 Dec 2013; Raamsteeg2, Leiden, The Netherlands
LIVING MIRROR is an interactive art installation that attempts to produce real-time images by taking advantage of magnetic bacteria’s light scattering properties and exposing these to alternating magnetic fields.
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TERRA 0
08 08-17 Nov 2013; Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2013, Hong Kong City Hall, Hong Kong
Terra nullius is an expression in international law that refers to a “virgin territory” an unoccupied land, one that never has been claimed by a state. In the age of ubiquitous global surveillance apparatus and civilian satellites, virtually no territory within mankind’s reach remains untainted by personal or national ownership.
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GROW YOUR OWN
25 Oct-19 Jan 2014; Science Gallery Dublin, Ireland
C-LAB's Howard Boland was invited to present Banana Bacteria (previously shown at the first ever public art exhibition featuring living genetically modified organisms in the UK at the Royal Institute) as part of the GROW YOUR OWN exhibition at Science Gallery in Dublin featuring a range of artworks and events aimed at highlighting the potentially ground-breaking applications and uncertain implicat..
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THE FUTURE OF ART-SCIENCE COLLABORATIONS
07 07-11 Oct 2013; Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands
Future of Art-Science Collaborations workshop was aimed at elaborating on current and potential future models, roles and structures of art-science collaborations.
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AMOLF OPEN DAY
05 Oct 2013; FOM Institute AMOLF, Science Park, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
In December 2013, artists Howard Boland and Laura Cinti of C-LAB together with Bela Mulder and Tom Shimizu of FOM Institute AMOLF, a world-class biophysics institute, won the Designers & Artists 4 Genomics Award (DA4GA) to develop LIVING MIRROR - a bacterial imaging system.  This involved the two artists relocating to AMOLF to undertake a five-month residency.
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NOT INVENTED BY NATURE: HELMHOLTZ INITIATIVE SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY
15 Sep-04 Oct 2013; German Cancer Research Center - DKFZ, Heidelberg, Germany
As part of Not Invented by Nature, organised by the Helmholtz Initiative Synthetic Biology, C-LAB’s Howard Boland was invited to undertake a four week experimental laboratory residency at German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg.
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ARTSCIENCE TALKSHOW
14 Sep 2013; Raamsteeg2, Leiden, The Netherlands
As part of the Night of Art & Science festival, where museums and venues in Leiden open their doors for the evening, the ArtScience Talkshow organised by The Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends (STT) and Waag Society was hosted at Raamsteeg2.
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DA4GA OPENING EXHIBITION
14 Sep-15 Dec 2013; Raamsteeg2, Leiden, The Netherlands
The Designers and Artist for Genomics Award (DA4GA) is an annual art-science international competition where selected artists produce new works in collaboration with some of Netherland's most prestigious scientific research institutes.
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ART-SCIENCE TALK
24 Aug 2013; Art Laboratory Berlin, Germany
C-LAB was invited by curators Desiree Förster and Daniela Silvestrin to give a talk on our recent research and art practice in bio art and synthetic biology at Art Laboratory Berlin - an interdisciplinary art space run by Christian de Lutz and Regine Rapp hosting a variety of exhibitions and events in emerging art practices.
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SPEED DEBATE ON SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY AND NEURO-ETHICS
31 Jul 2013; Print Room Cafe, UCL, London, UK
C-LAB joins UCL iGEM 2013 to speed debate future prospects of using synthetic biology to combat neurological diseases and enhance the brain. UCL iGEM's project this year will build a genetic circuit that can be used to remove placks and help stablise nerve cells as a method for curing Alzheimer's disease.
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YOUNG SYNTHETIC BIOLOGISTS - YSB 1.0
12 Jul 2013; Wellcome Trust, London , UK
C-LAB's Howard Boland was invited by the Synthetic Biology Society to give a workshop on bio art and synthetic biology art practices for the Young Synthetic Biologist (YSB) conference for UK iGEM teams (the annual international Genetically Engineered Machine competition) at the Wellcome Trust.
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EN VIE / ALIVE
26 Apr-01 Sep 2013; Espace Fondation EDF, Paris, France
The exhibition, En vie / Alive - New Design Frontiers at the Espace Fondation EDF, provided a glimpse into the diverse array of ‘living technologies’ and the extent these biologically fabricated designs influence our relationship to nature.
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DO IT TOGETHER BIO #5: SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY ART
24 Apr 2013; Waag Society, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
As part of Waag’s “Do it Together Bio” series, C-LAB was invited to hold a workshop related to our work using synthetic biology. The workshop was held at De Waag, one of the oldest building in Amsterdam and where Rembrandt famously painted The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp (1632).
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ART FROM SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY
08 08-12 Apr 2013; The Royal Institute of Great Britain, London, UK
Art from Synthetic Biology is the cumulation of a doctoral research using synthetic biology and genetics in art production. As the first public art exhibition featuring living genetically modified microorganisms in the UK, it represents a milestone in bio art practices and highlights the challenges of putting such matter on display.
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EVAPORATION OF THINGS
13 13-14 Mar 2013; Inspace, Edinburgh, Scotland
How do we speak of a ‘thing’ as our understanding of material artefacts increasingly slip into immaterial data? Organised by Maria Grade Godinho and Chris Speed of the ESRC Genomics Policy and Research Forum, the Centre for Design Informatics and New Media Scotland, the Evaporation of Things was a symposium accompanied by an exhibition of objects looking at the transient states between..
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DESIGNERS & ARTISTS 4 GENOMICS AWARD CEREMONY
06 Dec 2012; Naturalis Biodiversity Centre, Leiden, The Netherlands
As one of the three recipient of the Designers & Artists 4 Genomics Award, Howard Boland & Laura Cinti (C-LAB) are collaborating with FOM-Institute AMOLF, a leading biophysics institute focusing on biomolecular systems, to produce a Living Mirror - an interactive biodisplay that combines magnetic bacteria, electronics and photo manipulation to capture living portraits of ind..
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MUTAMORPHOSIS: TRIBUTE TO UNCERTAINTY
06 06-08 Dec 2012; New Stage of the National Theatre & Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
Five years after the first Mutamorphosis: Challenging Arts and Sciences (2007) held in tandem with the Enter 3 festival, the 2012 Mutamorphosis: Tribute to Uncertainty revisited 'art-science-society' themes exploring 'mutant futures'.
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SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY SOCIETY KICK OFF EVENT
03 Dec 2012; Bentham B01 Main Lecture Theatre, UCL, London, UK
UCL's Synthetic Biology Society (SynBioSoc), founded by Phillip Boeing, is a synthetic biology student community based at UCL.  Its Kick-off event featured talks by C-LAB's Howard Boland, Dr Chris Barnes, Sean Ward, Tom Folliard, Dr Darren Nesbeth and the award-winning presentation by UCL 2012 iGEM team.
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RE-NEW DIGITAL ARTS FESTIVAL
19 19-22 Nov 2012; Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark
The annual Re-New Digital Arts Festival (2012) presented a selection of the artworks in digital and bio-cybernetic art with a particular focus on sound-based works. Howard Boland (C-LAB) was invited as an exhibiter and speaker in the accompanying IMAC 2012 Conference themed "Cybernetics revisited - towards a third order?".
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CAGE RATTLING #1: KILL SWITCH
29 Oct 2012; Kings Place, London, UK
Celebrating the 100th birthday of the American composer John Cage, Cage Rattling #1: Kill Switch was a coming together of themes from biology, anarchistic movements and music to deliberate ideas that expand upon his legacy.
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RIGHT OR RISK? WORLD'S FIRST PUBLIC BIOBRICK
24 Sep 2012; Grant Museum of Zoology, London, UK
Risk or Right? - the Worlds first Public BioBrick: Exploring Public Access to the Tools of Synthetic Biology. As part of UCL iGEM’s advisory team, C-LAB helped orchestrate the event at the Grants Museum of Zoology providing a rich fusion of components to disseminate what happens when we invite biohackers to the field of synthetic biology.
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SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY SPEED DEBATE
07 Aug 2012; Richard Mully Basement Bar Lewis Building, UCL, London, UK
Following in venacular from its previous debate Synthetic Biology: Machine or Life? (UCL iGEM 2011) at the Science Museum's Dana Centre, a diverse audience had again gathered for the UCL iGEM 2012 debate: Synthetic Biology: Speed Debating aimed at a more intimate and interactive conversation on the topic of releasing genetically engineered organisms to clean up plastic pollution in the p..
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GRADUATE SCHOOL LAUNCH
21 Jun 2012; University of Westminster, London, UK
The launch of the Graduate School was celebrated by showcasing innovative research from doctoral candidates and recently completed projects at University's Old Cinema in Regent Street, London.  Left: Video still of Transient Images. Right: Poster with description research.
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ARTISTS IN LABORATORIES
04 04-07 Jun 2012; Resonance 104.4 FM, London, UK
Howard Boland, katE - Visualising Stress (2011) As part of Regine Debatty's (We Make Money Not Art) art, science & technology radio show on Resonance 104.4FM titled, #A.I.L - artists in laboratories, C-LAB's Howard Boland spoke about current research with magnetic nanoparticles and synthetic biology projects. Listen to WMMNA radio interview broadcasts on Resonance 104.
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SUBTLE TECHNOLOGIES
24 24-27 May 2012; Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
C-LAB was invited to present its recent artistic development using synthetic biology and nanotechnology at Subtle Technologies Festival, an internationally recognised annual event presenting works by artists and scientists at the leading edge of their respective disciplines.
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THE TWO CULTURES: VISUAL ART AND THE SCIENCES C.1800-2011
26 Apr 2012; Bowland Lecture Theatre, University of York, UK
The Two Cultures: Visual Art & Science conference, organised by the Department of History of Art at the University of York, asked how the cultural divide between art and science is changing with current practitioners. C.P Snows declared in 1959 a growing gap between the humanities and the natural sciences pointing to what he called the Two Cultures.
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C-LAB PREMIERS LIVING SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY WORKS AT TECHFEST 2012
02 02-08 Jan 2012; IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
C-LAB kicks off 2012 by arriving in Mumbai, India to exhibit three living artworks using synthetic biology and nanotechnology.  The annual exhibition is Asia’s largest international science and technology festival and held at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay under the patronage of UNESCO.
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ANTÓNIO CARAMELO'S DREAMING OF A BUTTERFLY
04 Nov-31 Jan 2012; Bishop's Square, Spitalfields, London, UK
C-LAB completes the second phase of the European Public Art Centre (EPAC) with the opening of the Portugese work of António Caramelo's Dreaming of a Butterfly in Bishop's square Spitalfields in London.  This interactive artwork uses surrounding sounds (from audience) to trigger movement of the butterflies inside.
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SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY: MACHINE OR LIFE?
20 Oct 2011; Dana Centre, Science Museum, London, UK
Finalising UCL’s iGEM activities for 2011 was the art-meets-science event focusing on synthetic biology at the Science Museum’s Dana Centre in London as part of the London Science Festival programme. The event included a panel discussion organised by UCL iGEM and a series of video screenings liaised by Laura Cinti (C-LAB) .
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ANNE BRODIE'S BEE BOX
01 Sep-01 Nov 2011; Bishop's Square, Spitalfields, London, UK
As a debut for C-LAB's international curatorial activities, C-LAB is delighted to present Anne Brodie’s new work Bee Box on Bishop’s Square, Spitalfields, London.
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EUROPEAN PUBLIC ART CENTRE: EPAC
26 Aug-31 Jan 2012; London, Helsinki, Riga, Lisbon, Tallin, Lodz, Reykjavik, Barcelona and Radviliškis
The European Public Art Centre (EPAC) is a collaborative engagement between organisations across Europe focusing on intersections between art, science and society.  It consists of nine outdoor exhibition spaces established in participating countries that include UK, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Portugal, Spain, Poland, Lithuania and Iceland.
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SYNTHESIS: SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY IN ART & SOCIETY
04 04-09 Jul 2011; UCL, London, UK
The use of wet engineering technology offers unprecedented possibilities of ‘designing life’ to create novel living devices. Synthesis: synthetic biology in art & society focused on Synthetic Biology - an emerging field utilising engineering principles to assemble new functions in biological systems.
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CABI OFFICIAL OPENING
13 Apr 2011; UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging, London, UK
The UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI), a new multidisciplinary research centre for experimental biomedical imaging, was officially opened by the Provost and President of UCL, Malcolm Grant. As part of this opening, Laura Cinti presented her Nanomagnetic Plants publicly for the first time. These plants show slight movement when an external magnet is positioned close to them.
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VIVA EXPERIHIBITION
04 04-14 Jan 2011; Slade Research Centre, UCL, London, UK
Private exhibition showcasing experimental artworks developed as part of Laura Cinti's PhD at UCL, Slade School of Fine Art in interdisciplinary capacity with Centre of Advanced Biomedical Imaging.
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DIGITAL MATTER RESEARCH FORUM
16 Nov 2010; Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London, UK
The UCL Digital Humanities Excursion to the Slade involved a series of presentations from artists/researchers at the Slade working with digital matter as part of their practice.
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BIOART FORUM
17 May 2010; School of Life Sciences, Molecular and Applied Biosciences, University of Westminster, London, UK
The bioart session organised by Howard Boland (c-lab) was divided into 3 stages to give participants hands-on experiences, show breadth of practitioners and discuss critical aspects linked to these practices.
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INTO THE LABS
18 Dec 2009; School of Life Sciences, University of Westminster, London, UK.
As part of a series of new research engagements stretching back around 3 years, c-lab has entered into two new fields of art-science engagements. The first looks at sensoriality and plants, whilst the other descends upon synthetic biology working with bacteria.
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(UN)INHABITABLE? – ART OF EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS
08 Sep-11 Oct 2009; Festival @rt Outsiders 2009, Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, France
(Un)Inhabitable? - Art of Extreme Environments is the 10th anniversary of the @rt outsiders festival curated by Jean-Luc Soret and Annick Bureaud. The 2009 exhibition looks at how artists negotiate the meaning of ‘inhabiting the extreme’ and how also ‘the extreme inhabits us’.
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THE MARS SIMULATION LABORATORY
01 01-02 Sep 2009; Department of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science, Aarhus University, Denmark
As part of the @rt outsiders festival, c-lab developed a new addition to the work The Martian Rose with the help of the Mars Simulation Laboratory at Aarhus University (Denmark). With us to conduct the experiment was Dr Jon Merrison.
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TRANSIENT CREATURES
07 07-23 Nov 2008; Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2008, Hong Kong
Transient Creatures, Microwave International New Media Arts Festival 2008, Hong Kong, aims to bring creative collisions of art and technology to the city. In its 12th year running, the festival looks at biotechnological art from the point of view of new media art.
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LESS REMOTE: THE FUTURES OF SPACE EXPLORATION
30 Sep-01 Oct 2008; 2008 International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), Glasgow, Scotland
Running parallel to the International Astronautical Congress, Less Remote is an arts and humanities symposium on the future of space exploration. It was organised by Flis Holland and The Arts Catalyst in association with Leonardo, OLATS and co-sponsored by IAA Commission VI.
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TELLING PLACES: NARRATIVE AND IDENTITY IN ART AND ARCHITECTURE
04 04-05 Dec 2007; Woburn Studios, University College London, UK
Telling Places conference was organized by doctoral researchers from The Slade Shool of Fine Art and The Bartlett as part of the annual Research Spaces that has been running annually since 2004 opening opportunities to examine research spaces across disciplines. c-lab presented The Martian Rose during the session Meeting Places: Encounters between Narratives.
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UNSAFE DISTANCE
08 08-11 Nov 2007; Stone Bell House, Prague, Czech Republic
Unsafe Distance curated by Pavel Sedlak, is a showcase of artistic practices exploring issues of safety, environment, and human/non-human identity.  Many of the works exemplify the fragile notion of our society.Exhibited at the Stone Bell house the particular underground setting produced challenges as well as an incredible setting for these works.
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MUTAMORPHOSIS: CHALLENGING ARTS AND SCIENCES
08 08-10 Nov 2007; Municipal Library, Prague, Czech Republic
The MutaMorphosis international conference was organized by CIANT as part of the  e n t e r 3 festival and in the framework of the Leonardo 40th anniversary. The ENTER festival ran from November 5 - 11 under the auspices of the Mayor of Prague Dr.
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ROCHE CONTINENTS
05 05-11 Aug 2007; Salzburg, Austria
Roche Continents is a partnership between Roche and the Salzburg Festival that joins students and post-doctorial researchers from the arts and sciences across Europe.
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BIORAMA SESSIONS
13 Jul 2007 14:30-23:00; DRU, Bates Mill Studio, Huddersfield, UK
The Biorama Sessions contextualized works of artists exploring the natural environments, artificial landscapes and interactions with real and imaginary life forms.The director of DRU [Digital Research Unit], Derek Hales, introduced the session giving a background of the DRU and how it is currently being reorganized as part of their relocation to the Bates Mill Studio.
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BIORAMA HIKE
13 Jul 2007 09:30-13:00; Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire, UK
Part of Andy Gracie’s residency has been to focused on creating an awareness of areas and landscapes surrounding the DRU [Digital Research Unit].   His research looks at layers from the micro, such as microbial life in soil and water, to the macro, such as infosphere and satellites, interpreting and thinking about the layered construction of this landscape.
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BIOS 4. ARTE BIOTECNOLÓGICO Y AMBIENTAL
03 May-09 Sep 2007; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville, Spain
Bios 4 is one of the first exhibition of its kind in Spain and perhaps also one of the first times for biotech related works to be displayed in a museum setting as opposed to gallery.
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AN ENCOUNTER WITH BIOTECHNOLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ART
02 May 2007; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville, Spain
The Bios 4 talk moderated by curator Antonio Cerveira Pinto gave a reflection on the relationship between science, technology, and art with the participation of artists taking part in the exhibition and other guests.Antonio Cerveira Pinto explained his motivation behind the exhibition.
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EXPOSING ROSES TO MARTIAN CONDITIONS AT THE MARS LAB
27 Mar 2007; Mars Simulation Laboratory, University of Aarhus, Denmark.
One of our ongoing investigations into life and otherness considers non-terrestrial conditions as a place for habitation. The tool used to investigate these conditions is normally a special vacuum chamber built to simulate parameters such as temperature, gas and distribution, pressure and radiation.
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INTRODUCTION TO BACTERIOLOGICAL METHODS
04 04-08 Dec 2006; Royal Free & University College Medical School, London, UK
Antibiotics have been applied for centuries. Honey was for instance used by the Egyptians to dress wounds – and we know today that honey has an anti-bacterial effect drawing water from the bacterial cells. It was only in the 19th century that scientists became aware of how and why antibiotics were effective.
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FLESHING OUT
09 09-10 Nov 2006; Rotterdam/Amsterdam, Netherlands
Fleshing Out seminar is part of a two-day event on material research with the second day being a workshop. The host of this seminar is V2_, an organization for unstable media based in Rotterdam. Specifically to the V2_ spirit is not just to talk but also to demo - picking up on MIT media lab’s slogan demo or die.
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C-LAB VISITS CALAR ALTO
03 Aug 2006; Sierra de Los Filabres, Spain
From the distance we see the white domes of Calar Alto. The roads make us think its the wrong way.  Heading back and forth an endless highway we realise it must be the way.  On the side we see a small airbase – a few yellow airplanes parked outside - perhaps a shortcut for the observers.  Much further down the road we find the sign and we know we’re going in the right direction.
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GLASS BODY
09 09-25 Mar 2006; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK
Glass Body :: Reflecting on Becoming Transparent is Anna Furse's performance installation that explores how onscreen spectacles of our own inner bodies are received in our imagination via contemporary digital and computer pictures.
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BIOART :: LECTURE
01 Mar 2006; Goldsmiths College, London, UK
Bioart :: Explorations of Hybrid Spaces. Advocating as an interface between bioscience and art, bioart aligns itself within the realms of emerging biological knowledge, applications and outcomes both as mediums and subjects.
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C-LAB VISITS THE MARSLAB
03 03-05 Aug 2005; Marslab, Aarhus, Denmark
Furthering our research in astrobiology, c-lab visited, discussed and viewed the biochamber at the Mars Laboratory, University of Aarhus, Denmark.  The nature of research is a cross section of  domains including biology, chemistry, geology, physics and engineering.
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OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF THE ARTS AND GENOMICS CENTRE
25 Jun 2005; The Arts & Genomic Centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Arts and Genomics Centre (TAGC) held its official launch which included lectures, performance and debates covering the centre’s activities.  c-lab gave a talk on The Martian Rose, which proposed the genetic engineering of a rose for an extreme environment with the aim to sustain life on Mars.
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TRANSGENIC ART FORUM
10 Apr 2005; Edinburgh International Science Festival, Scotland
Transgenic Art: A Breed Apart? Advances in genetic technology are allowing artists to create transgenic art by manipulating living things for artistic ends, for example a cactus growing human hair.
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BIOTECH ART WORKSHOP
28 Mar-02 Apr 2005; SymbioticA & The Arts Catalyst, Kings College, London, UK
The Biotech Art Workshop engaged in wet-exploration where artists could engage in basic biotechnological applications that included DNA extractions, plant/animal tissue culture and transformation processes.
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TODAY IN PARADISE - GENETICS & ARTS
25 Mar-17 May 2005; Mobileart 05, Göteborg New Media Art Festival - Röda Sten, Göteborg, Sweden
"We are now in the era of post genetic revolution. The cloning technologies and gene mapping that once shocked are now commonplace, silently and often invisibly integrating themselves into the everyday. It is in such a climate that we would like to re-stimulate the debate and re-frame the question of how these are affecting us, and how we can express this through art.
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SYMPOSIUM
23 Mar 2005; Valand School of Fine Arts, Göteborg, Sweden
The symposium addresses artists/researchers works in the biotechnological sphere.  The participating biotech researchers and artists included; Elona Van Gent, Tim Coe, Prof. Jan Wahlstrom, Gair Dunlop, Arthur Liou, Prof. Peter Thomsen, Prof. Olof Olsson, Oron Catts, Joe Davis, George Tremmel & Shiho Fukuhara and Laura Cinti & Howard Boland.
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THE MEXICO PROJECT :: TALK
08 Dec 2004; Goldsmiths College, London, UK
Invitation to give a talk to postgraduate students on bioart project, The Mexico Project, which looks at introducing modified plants into pristine wilderness.  The talk also discussed the project’s strategies as well as outlining artists’ interaction with biology and ecology.  
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C-LAB VISITS MIT
29 Oct-05 Nov 2004; MIT, Boston, USA
c-lab visits the academic nerve centre of the east coast. Amidst a world of radio, crystals, jars of fruit flies and walking proteins we find Joe Davis. Having trawled the local amenities of MIT, we sit back and enjoy the strangely spectacular atmosphere at The Plough and Stars.
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THE CACTUS PROJECT :: LECTURE
04 Nov 2002; University of Hertfordshire, UK
The Cactus Project :: The Transgenic Cactus.  This lecture discussed the transgenic art project, The Cactus Project.  It provided insight into the project, it’s aims, strategies, implications, readings with discourses in genetics and culture.
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