In an attempt to illuminate the concept that life is distributed and boundary-less, rather than a specific individual thing, artists must travel below the bio-level, to the nano level. The attraction of nanoart, the nexus of art and science, is that it can bring the infinitely small close up. Advances in nanotechnology reflect the constancy of change for humans and systems of society. New coding knowledge and advances in bioinformatics (organising biodata) affect the way we create new artworks and the bodily proprioception of those new created artworks.

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