Article Biennial / New Eden: Biennial for electronic and unstable art

Tutkimustuotos: Taiteellinen julkaisu ja ICT-julkaisuExhibitionArt in coproductionvertaisarvioitu


Curated by Hege Tapio and Nora Vaage, i/o lab, Stavanger, NO
My work in the exhibition: Semina Aeternitatis
Semina Aeternitatis is a three-tier project about manipulation and transmission of individual memories. The first part of the project consists of five one-hour-long performances. Sitting at a desk, I publicly interview one visitor at a time about a particular memory the visitor would like to keep forever. During the performance, I the memories onto a book and, at the end of the performances series, I transcodes this archive into a digital file. For the second part of the project, I will collaborate with a scientific laboratory to transcode the digital archive of memories into a DNA sequence and encode it onto the DNA of Gluconacetobacter xylinus bacteria using DNA data storage techniques. This particular kind of bacteria produces microbial cellulose, a biomaterial which I have been investigating for its strong resemblance to skin and other body tissues. In the third and final phase of the project, I will restage the archive of memories in a visual format: I will grow genetically-engineered bacteria to obtain microbial cellulose whose DNA will carry the archive of memories and create a series of 5 artworks made of cellulose contaminated with human memories
TilaJulkaistu - 11 elokuuta 2016
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TapahtumaArticle Biennial / New Eden: Biennial for electronic and unstable art - Solvberget Galleri, Stavanger, Norja
Kesto: 11 elokuuta 20162 lokakuuta 2016

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