Bio Art
Life in the Anthropocene

Issue 34:3 | September 2014

Bio art inhabits a realm within the art/science/medicine/technology matrix in response to the rapid progress of biotechnology in medicine, genetics, and science. The work of a biotech artist might include extensions to the body; the relationship of living to non-living organisms; bio-couture (living textiles); the future of cyborgian systems; human-machine interactions and a great deal more.
Cover: Detail: Pinar Yoldas, An Ecosystem of Excess, installation at Thingworld, National Art Museum of China, Beijing. Photo: Stephanie Britton.
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