EDUARDO R. MIRANDA, deciphering the possibilities of machine-made creativity

STELARC, examining ideas around the obsolescence of the human body

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TEAMLAB, digital art transcending boundaries

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DREW BERRY, molecular visual appeal

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NEIL HARBISSON, viewing colour through a spectrum of sound waves

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SIMON PARK, the art of revealing microbial life

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THERESA SCHUBERTunfolding human existence in relation to other life forms

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KODE9,devoiding of content an empty circle

TOM ELLARD (Severed Heads), making music from heterotopic spaces

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ANDREW PELLING, growing ears on apples

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RYOICHI KUROKAWA, digitally colliding with all the senses

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YOLANDE HARRIS, techno-intuition and sonic consciousness for a new era

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JANA WINDERENhaunting a palette of deep sea sounds

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ORON CATTS, confronting and re-evaluating what life is

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NATHAN THOMPSON, exploring the relationship between man and machine/robots

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ANDY GRACIE, a deep look into the relationships between the arts and the sciences

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ROBERT HENKEdigging deep into the limits of sound and space

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CHRIS WATSON, making audible the inaudible

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VICTORIA VESNA, understanding how humans interact with new technologies 

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DUNNE & RABY, and how to use design as a tool to critique, discuss, debate and speculate

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JULIA BUNTAINE, helping decipher the enigma of the brain – matter, mind and consciousness

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MARTA DE MENEZES, creating artworks that literally live and die

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HELEN PYNOR, exploring our bodies from the inside out

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WHITEFEATHER, biomanufacturing as a strategy to explore new ways of thinking

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NINA SELLARS, how anatomy and its various modes of visualization shape our understanding of the human body 

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CAROLE COLLETexploring the intersection of biomimicry, living technologies and biofacturing

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PAUL VANOUSE, a magician playing tricks with DNA

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COD.ACT, when sound and movement become mechanical poetry

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GUY BEN-ARY, what if one day you woke up feeling like becoming a Rock and Roll star?

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HUNTER COLE, when molecular genetics materializes in digital art

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YUICHI ITO, colliding neurobiology, sound art and kinetic sculpture

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YOSHIMASA KATO, colliding neurobiology, sound art and kinetic sculpture

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SUZANNE ANKER and how to reimagine genetic laboratory fictions

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JADEN J. A. HASTINGS, exploring new spaces from where to reflect on humanness, nature and the cosmos

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JENNIFER WILLET, reinventing the role of biotechnology and providing alternative futures

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MELISSA STERRYblurring the boundaries between environment, technology and engineering

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ALBERTO T. ESTÉVEZ, exploring the creation of bioluminescent plants

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ART ORIENTÉ OBJECT, bluring the constraints of what it is to be human and our relationship with animals

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AUGER-LOIZEAU, questioning technology and its application in our everyday life

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ELAINE WHITTAKER, the delicacies of biological embroidery

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SUZANNE LEE, what if textiles could be grown using only cultured bacteria?

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GILBERTO ESPARZA and how to use robots to stimulate a critical discussion about environment and urbanism

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BRANDON BALLENGÉE and how humans co-exist with nature and alter the ecosystem

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ADAM HARVEY, how technology can promote critical thinking

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KIMA, blending geometric patterns, scientific research and music

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LISA PARK, what if brain activity could be visualized by using brain-computer technology?

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AMY CONGDON, creating of bespoke biological textiles

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NATSAI AUDREY CHIEZA and the ethical implications of technological progress

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SUSANA SOARES, offering a creative interpretation of the scientific research to society

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JALILA ESSAÏDI, combining spider silk and human tissue to make bulletproof skin

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KIRA O’REILLY, reconceptualising the human body within biomedical research

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CHRISTINA AGAPAKIS, how to make human cheese

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ANNA DUMITRIU, using emerging technologies and biological matter as an artistic medium

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HEATHER BARNETT, blending art with cellular differentiation and organism intelligence

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MAURIZIO MONTALTI, a symbiotic partnership between humans and fungi