So for my final presentation for The Intersections of Art and Science, I'm working on bioart, most specifically with performance/experiential artists that make use of biotechnology. The concentration is on prosthetics right now, as it has the most tangible, practical applications in the blurred lines of art and science, but I ran across some transgenic work today that is wonderfully controversial and just plain fun (And this is what science and art are about, right? FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUN! AMIRITE OR AMIRITE? 8DDD)
Except, crap, I think I've ended up promising a project. WTF do I do, you ask?
I have no idea. Right now, I'm just bulking up my report and doing some research in what materials I can actually get my hands on (I swear, I will move to Canada if I have to. 8|)
... /too busy being giddy to give more details.
Reading: Kacs Interview: Man behind the Bunny
Eating: Eating? What is this?