bioart projects

Yeastogram Workshop @ Cynetart Dresden

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Between the 15th and 17th of November 2013 Pavillon 35 presented Lucas Czjzek’s work ANIMA

recipe #1 – Yeastograms

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We publish the techniques and methods, which we are developing in our lab, in the recipe section. In our first edition we describe a method for yeast printing. Feel free to contact us here, if you have further questions regarding our recipe or if you want to send us your results, which we would like to publish on

The Phage λ Simulacrum @ Viennafair 2013

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The Phage λ Simulacrum Clemens Grabher . Клеменс Грабнер Niki Passath . Ники Пассат Hansjörg Petschko . Хансйорг Печко Günter Seyfried . Гюнтер Зайфрид Kristin Weissenberger . Кристин Вайссенбергер   Ein Projekt der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, dem Pavillon 35 Biokunst Club und dem Institut für Polycinease Dass weder die Wissenschaft noch die Kunst die Welt je vollständig erklären werden können, ist ...

Tree Chimera @ Paraflows 2013

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In the context of the bio art club ‘Pavillon_35′ we deal with molecular biological processes within the scope of laboratory work on the one hand and also with their process of growth and the artistic involvement with these living materials. At the same time, we try to develop, discover, or re-discover methods and procedures. ‘Tree Chimera’ ...

Anima 1.0 @ Essence 2013

The apparatus ANIMA generates an animation out of 21 live yeast images. The yeast images were created by UV radiation. Areas that were not touched by the UV radiation where able to grow the white yeast. The yeast images are constantly changing they grow and rewrite themselves. Three cameras capture live the rotating petri dishes ...

Yeastograms 1.1

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Finally a test that pointed in the right direction.

Yeastograms 1.0

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First experiments to get a grip on microbial-printing, testing different setups and recipes with yeast. Unexpected results suggested additional testing to improve procedures.

Nature Animée Exhibition View

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5.3. – 8.3 Exhibition Nature Animée
Works by:
Daniela Brill
Simon Goritschnig
Tatjana Hirschmugl
Sivlia Hüttner
Michal Marencik
Sarah Rechberger

Anatomy 02

Convolutions of the Brain. Glimpse of Life in Development. Open Torso.   I set out to address questions of what is underneath the skin; continued visualization of the invisible and unbelievable, imaginations of the working body. What we think of realistic depictions intermingles with blown up magnifications and artistic freedom. Tatjana Hirschmugl

Nature Animée

The exhibition Nature Animée presents works with bio-artistic qualities, which were produced within club pavillon_35. Opening: 4.3.2013 - 19:30 Programm: 6.3.2013 - 19:30 - Conversation with Art and Science - Discussion: Formation and Development with Charlotte Jarvis and Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. Marie-Theres Hauser The works presented explore the relationship between humans and their microbial environment. Living materials, such as ...

Yeast pixels 1.0

Survival of the fittest – the constant battle for resources, the dynamic equilibrium between growth & decline, survival & adaption – is as valid at a human scale as at a microscopic scale.

Call for DIY Biologists to take part in Maker Faire UK

What is Maker Faire? Maker Faire is the world’s largest ‘show and tell’ with hundreds of engineers, artists, DIY-ers and inventors presenting their projects to thousands of visitors. The weekend also features installations, live performances and short drop-in workshops. Anyone who is embracing the do-it-yourself (or do-it-together) spirit and wants to share their accomplishments with an appreciative audience ...

European meetup sprouts 4 new DIYBio projects

“DIYBio communities are growing like mushrooms”, co-organizer Thomas Landrain (La Paillasse) stated at the opening of the DIYBio Europe Kick off meeting in le Musée des arts et métiers in Paris. Despite the fact that a clear definition of DIYBio, if any necessary, might still be lacking, one thing is for sure: all attendees share ...

Agreement

Society is a paradox: The individual needs to be embedded into a context of rules and normatives, in order to co-exist with other beings; but of course, there's nothing without the other - and therefore no laws, which shouldn't be broken. Simon Goritschnig      

A – Symbiose

Die in vitro Orchideengläser sind ein in sich geschlossenes Ökosystem. Sie nehmen nur Sonnen- oder Kunstlicht von Außen auf. Sie sind vor äußeren Umwelteinflüssen wie Bakterien oder Pilzen geschützt. Ein eigener, steriler Lebensraum. Sie leben für sich in Asymbiose. Ihre Reproduzierbarkeit ist vom Labor und Menschen abhängig.