This course studies how bioart blurs distinctions between science and art through the combination of artistic and scientific processes, creating wide public debate. It explores the history of biotechnology as well as social implications of this science.
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Event Blog #2 - Nina Sobell

After attending Nina’s Sobell’s event presentation, I can confidently say that it was one of the most intriguing and unique experiences in viewing art that I have ever had the pleasure of being a part of. Seeing decades of her work embracing technological theory and electronics is truly remarkable. The figures that I will place throughout this blog posts are some of the pieces that I found to be the most interesting and captivating to me. 

Event 2 Blog

The second event I attended, as did many of the class, was the chat with Jess Irish. I was super excited to attend this event and get the opportunity to view This Mortal Plastik. I had heard of the short film before but never had the chance to actually view the film for myself.