Lecture: ‘Air is information’ Workshop: ‘How to make art in a toxic environment’
How to Make Art in a Toxic Environment at the AND Festival Vitalistic Vs. Mechanistic Theory of Life Participants were asked were asked to give three words to describe their experiences people said it was: “immersive, supportive and explorative and the experience gave them a meaningful insight into art science practise” “informative, interesting and well […]
Interview in We-Make-Money-Not-Art
The Great Work of the Metal Lover receives honorary mention at Vida 14 Art & Artificial Life International Competition, Madrid, Spain.
Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2012 view project
Adam Brown and Robert Root-Bernstein – BIO:FICTION Vienna 2011 from bio-fiction on Vimeo.
Ars Electronica 2011… Combining methane, hydrogen, ammonia and water in the presence of an intermittent electrical discharge, his miniature world yielded amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. We have re-imagined his apparatus as a functional art installation to consider worlds Miller could not. In this version, we test whether recreating the primordial sea along […]
September 11 – October 10, 2010 The 2010 Faculty Biennial continues a long tradition of successful collaboration between the Department of Art & Art History and the Kresge Art Museum. Every two years, the exhibition highlights the faculty’s pursuit of creative research and expertise in a broad range of media and contemporary art approaches.