Art + Science Now

The book that serves as bio art's encyclopedia.

By | September 1, 2011

DNA Garden, 2001

DNA Garden, 2001

MARK QUINN

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Published in 2010, Art + Science Now collects the best bio art works created in the 21st Century. From a detailed, gold and silver leaf sculpture of the human heart, made using MRI data, to a deformed frog with clear skin and a multicolored skeleton, the book highlights collaborations between artists and scientists and displays the aesthetic fruits of those collaborations. All images courtesy of Thames & Hudson.[gallery columns="4"]

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September 23, 2011

Why is Rockman's The Farm cropped (pardon the pun)? Note the pig on the bottom and compare to the original readily available on Google Image.  Is it because the original is a more powerful indictment of GMO technology?

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September 23, 2011

Why is Rockman's The Farm cropped (pardon the pun)? Note the pig on the bottom and compare to the original readily available on Google Image.  Is it because the original is a more powerful indictment of GMO technology?

September 23, 2011

Why is Rockman's The Farm cropped (pardon the pun)? Note the pig on the bottom and compare to the original readily available on Google Image.  Is it because the original is a more powerful indictment of GMO technology?

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