Selected Articles and Reviews

Kelly Grovier, Art Since 1989. Thames & Hudson, 2015, p.142-144. ISBN 978-0500204269

Wolfgang Kerebe and Markus Schmidt, Splicing Boundaries: The Experiences of Bioart Exhibition Visitors, Leonardo, Vol. 48, No. 2, pp. 128-136, 2015

Mary Tsang and Benjamin Welmond, DIYSECT, Episode 5: Hybrid Practices, video documentary series, 2015

Jens Hauser, Bacteria that Square the Circle, A Magazine: Delfina Delettrez. A Magazine, 2015, p.56-61

Video documentary, Exposition SO3, Art, Biologie et (Al)Chimie par Jens Hauser, 2015, Réalisation Silvi Simon, Transduction Marie Verry.

Filip Visnjic, ReBioGeneSys, Origins of Life – Art designed to produce nature, Creative Applications Network, 04-22-2015 c0 (Online)

Jenny Lee, Material Alchemy. BIS Publishers, 2014, p.108-109. ISBN 978 90 6369 376 3

Madhumita Venkataramanan, Playlist: Cultural Pick of the Month, Alchemical Art, Wired UK Edition, January 1, 2014, p.104

Peter Brannen, Feature Article, Microbial Muse: Drawing on Microbes for Inspiration, Hidden World, Microbe, November 2013, Vol 8, No 11, p.454-459

Oliver Wainwright, Grow Your Own: where scientists and artists are shaking up creation, The Guardian, October 28, 2013 (Print/Online) your-own-synthetic-biology

Dublin Science Gallery’s Grow Your Own, RTE News/Will Goodbody, October 25, 2013 (TV/Online, 2m02s) science-gallerys-grow-your-own-exhibition/ 

Régine Dabtty, From swarms of the synthetic life forms to neo-alchemy. An interview with Adam Brown, We-Make-Money-Not-Art, June 15, 2013

Nadia Drake, Golden microbial artProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Vol.10 no. 15, April 9, 2013

Peter Gwynne, There’s gold in them there bugs, Nature, Vol. 495, S12-S13, 14 March, 2013

Gregory Mone, Microbial Powerhouses, Hidden World, Discover Magazine, April 2013, p.16

Marcos Ricardo dos Santos, A máquina de fazer ouro, Super Interessante, Feb 2013, p. 20

Alyson Sheppard, The New Alchemy, Researchers Find a New Way to Create Solid Gold From a Toxic Liquid., Popular Mechanics, Volume 190. No. 1, January 2013, p.16

L.C., Une Bactérie Excrète Des Particules D’Or Pur, Science & Vie, Décembre 2012, No 1143, p. 22

Washington Post Named “The Great Work of the Metal Lover” to its top six innovation stories of 2012

Timon Singh, Scientists Use Super-Strong Bacteria to Produce 24K Gold,, October 10, 2012

Paul Ridden, Art and science combine to turn gold chloride into nuggets,, October 10, 2012

Debbie Carlson, FOCUS: ‘Microbial Alchemy’ Produces Gold From Toxic Chemical, Forbes, October 5, 2012

Damien Gayle, 21st Century alchemy: The tiny bug that can turn common elements into 24 carat GOLD, The DailyMail, October 4, 2012

Meredith Bennett-Smith, Gold From Bacteria: Scientists Prod ‘Superman Bacteria’ Into Producing 24-Karat Nuggets, Huffington Post, October 4, 2012

Emi Kolawole, Bacteria that poop gold? Yep, that exists, and it’s in an art exhibit., Washington Post, October 4, 2012

Ian Steadman, Bacteria eat toxic liquid and excrete pure gold for art,, October 3, 2012

Radio interview with Christopher Weiss, ORF-Radio FM4, Space, blocks and extremophiles, September 1, 2012

Broad/MSU launches Virtual Broad Art Museum with original digital artworks on view in multi-user online environment, April 1, 2012.

Michigan State University 2011 President’s Report

Program 33, Arte Tracks “God Art” December 20, 2011 French and German Weekly Televison Program—Il-etait-une-fois-la-vie—Tracks/4317716.html

Elizabeth Pennisi, Random Sample: Art Imitating Life – The Synthetic Kind, Science Magazine; April 29, 2011; VOL 332, p.520

Human Self-observation in the context of the Intelligent Art Installation – Aristotle Revisited, Colección Formas Plásticas. Valencia, Spain: Institucio Alfons el Magnànim. (forthcoming)

Classic Experiment from 1952 on the Origin of Life Recreated in Art-Science Exhibit, April 20, 2011.

Stephen Wilson, Art and Science Now: How scientific research and technological innovation are becoming key to 21st-century aesthetics. Thames & Hudson, 2010 p. 160-162 & 172-173. ISBN – 9780500238684

Herman Rapaport, (catalogue) Technically Beautiful, Engaging Technology (A History and Future of Intermedia), 2007, p6

2007 Featured in documentary produced for the Oklahoma Heritage Museum as part of their permanent exhibit.

Gae Savannah, (review) ”Newark Between Us” Sculpture Magazine, December 2007, 26(10), p71-2

New Jersey Network News by Michael Aron (6 min), January, 2007

Will Prescott, OU Professors combine art, science (Artificial intelligence on display), The Oklahoma Daily. Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007 VOL. 92, No 16. front page

Studio Tulsa (interview with Rich Fisher) KWGS National Public Radio, September 6, 2006

Holly Wall, The Art of Science or is it the other war around? Urban Tulsa Weekly, p19 September 7-13, 2006

James D. Watts, Jr. (review) Exhibit Explores Electronics, Artificial Intelligence. Tulsa World, Thursday, Sept 7, 2006

William V. Ganis, (review) Archival to Contemporary: Six Decades of the Sculptors Guild. Sculpture Magazine, September 2006, 25(7), p71-2

Representative Image for Siggraph 06, Wired Magazine, p.52 July, 2006

Suhjung Hur, Art and Space, Korea – Bob, International Magazine of Space and Design, 023, p. 130-133 July, 2006

Patrick Earnest, Is it live, or is it digital sculpture? The Norman Transcript, January 27, 2006

Aileen Jacobson, Let There Be Art. Newsday, February 5, 2006

Long Island News (interview) Telecare TV29 Long Island, New York, January 26, 2006

Marcelle S. Fischler, A Stage for Art. The New York Times, Sunday, February 5, 2006

Helen A. Harrison, (review) Archival to Contemporary: Six Decades of the Sculptors. The New York Times, Sunday, March 19, 2006

Kathryn Shattuck, Footlights: Minds of Their Own. The New York Times, Technology Section, January 29, 2006

Steve Sisney, Computer Art. The Oklahoman, January 24, 2006; Norman Section, p71

Judi Boland, Art and Science blend in Collaboration. Pauls Valley Daily Democrat, Vol. 103, No. 016 Sunday, January 22, 2006. P128

Chris Carter, The Bion Project: An Emergent Ecosystem. The International Digital Media and Arts Association (IDMAA), 2006 – Sunday, March 19, 2006

Ebon Fisher, “Between Flesh and Wire, Ruminations on a Radical Educational Experiment” p.161-164 Intermedia: Enacting the Liminal. Dortmunder Schriften zur Kunst, Germany ©2005

Lindsey Riddle, Stimulating the Senses. The OU Daily, Thursday, December 8, 2005, Vol. 90, No. 77, p10

Joe Gardyasz, Getting the big (interactive) picture. Des Moines Business Record, Sunday, December 07, 2003

Tami Watson, Art morphs in teleconference. The Norman Transcript, Nov. 28, 2001. Front page

Bernardo Raposo, Teleconference links colleges through art. The Oklahoma Daily, Vol. 85, No. 68, Nov. 28, 2001. p.2

Mary Ann Johnson, Conference Offers Professor Great Ride. The Oklahoma Daily, Vol. 85, No. 67, Nov. 27, 2001. p.3

Justin Noel Shimko, Art students Pool Their Works. The Oklahoma Daily, May 4, 2001. p.38

G.H. Hovagimyan, Art Dirt, Pseudo Radio, New York,, February 20, 1997.(interview)

Kerry J. Hahn, Eye on the Arts, (interview) KGAN TV Channel 2, Cedar Rapids/Iowa City/Dubuque/Waterloo,  February 15, 1997

Linda Schreiber, Art Explores Mystery: Isis ‘C U SEE US.’ Teleconference Connects Artists and Visitors,” Community News, Vol. 7 No. 22, February 12, 1997, front page

Dave Gosch, Goddess Inspires Art Project. Cedar Rapids Gazette, Vol. 115, No. 45, February 23, 1997, 15-17

Mike Owen, Isis: New Views of the Myth. West Branch Times, January 30, 1997, front page & 16-17

David Lee, Exhibit Unveils Myth of the Mysterious Isis. Iowa City Press Citizen, January 27, 1997