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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Art Grown, Not Manufactured at Yerba Buena's BioTechnique Opening

Posted By on Thu, Oct 18, 2007 at 10:31 AM


ASD can't rightly explain the weirdness that is grown art, so we'll let PR handle it:

BioTechnique showcases a visually rich assortment of organisms, semi-living objects, and life-support systems, shining light on the technologies that are changing the world. The product of biological techniques, the artworks in the exhibition have been “grown” rather than manufactured. Shown alongside these works are artifacts made by industrial technologists, ecological researchers, and biological engineers, in an enlightening exhibition that explores the increasingly fuzzy line between the technological and the natural.

Sound interesting? Here's more about BioTechnique's opening night.

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