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KENRIC MCDOWELL, bringing together humans and machines

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GREG FOX, new shapes of drumming

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ALI SCHACHTSCHNEIDER, (re)imagining fashion through biotechnology

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ROBIN RIMBAUD, sound impressions of space and time

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BYRON RICH, tactical biopolitics

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SERGE VUILLE & LUC HENRYon artistic experimentation, music and living systems

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BEAU WANZER, molecular biology and synths 

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JOE DAVIS, from Microvenus to Astrobiology

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NORIMICHI HIRAKAWA, the juxtaposition between human imagination and coding

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AMANDA BAUM & ROSE LEAHY, a view on multispecies experience

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LIAM O’SHEA, bringing experimental music, art & technology

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EVELINA DOMNITCH & DMITRY GELFAND, a phenomenology of art and physics

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CHARISSA N. TERRANOVA, Ph.D, writer and Associate Professor of Aesthetic Studies

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HENRY DRIVER, digital image or physical surface?

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TARIK BARRI, a journey of sound and light

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ABSOLUTE RELATIVE, how our senses are linked to reality

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NEIL MENDOZAon the relationship human beings have with technology

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HARM VAN DEN DORPEL, art beyond the internet era

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EWA JUSTKA, enquiries into the materiality of sound and light

MARCEL WEBER (MFO), playing with the limits of perception

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KUAI SHEN, exploring the sociality of ants through human technology

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REN RI, investigating the relationship between bees and humanity

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FLOTENCE TO, tailoring the space with light and shapes

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SAšA SPAčAL, technological ecosystems in the post-media era

DR BEN WOODARD, Philosopher

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KRISTEN GALLERNEAUX, curator and writer

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GINKGO BIOWORKS, Biology by design

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ÓSCAR MARTÍN, sounds born out of algorithms and microorganisms

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SOLOMON ROGERS <REWIND>, a tangible world of speculative fictions

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FERRAN ADRIA, sublime food deconstruction

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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LAIA MOGAS (DUMOLAB*), fabricating a path to sustainable product design

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PINAR YOLDAS, post-human biology and ecology

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KAROLINA FERENC, new ways for human-nonhuman engagement

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JAMES CARNES, VP Strategy Creation & Lead for Open Source adidas Group

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SERGI JORDÀ, directing the team that invented the ReacTable 

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ROBERTINA ŠEBJANIČ, reflecting on the cohabitation with other species

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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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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

JENS HAUSER, writer and art curator 

MARTIN J. KEMP, Emeritus Professor of the History of Art 

JOANNA ZYLINSKA, writer, lecturer, artist and curator

WILLIAM MAYERS, design historian, writer and curator

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MARIUS KWINT, cultural historian and curator

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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

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MELISSA COLEMAN, new technologies applied to fashion

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SEAN ROGG, The Waldorf Project

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ROB ST JOHN, experimenting with stillness and emergence

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OSCAR TOMICO, how our clothes will change and improve our lives

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PAULINE VAN DONGEN, exploring concepts of interaction through responsive materials

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LAWRENCE LEK, building enigmatic and paradoxical spaces

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NURIT BAR-SHAI, changing what we know about bacteria

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KATIA VEGA, proposing novel ways of interacting with the world

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MARINA CASTÁN, translating signs and symbols into a new e-language

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RICARDO O’NASCIMENTO, sensorial experiences through digital interaction

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HANNA HAASLAHTI, on gestalt psychology and computer vision

MARTIN MESSIER, electroacoustic music by objects and bodies

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ROBERT HENGEVELD, exploring new visions about the future of nature

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THOUGHT COLLIDER, everything in nature has a purpose and is cyclical 

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SARAH DAHER, and how messages can been sent through the air by releasing chemical molecules

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IMMY SMITH, a polymath who explores human and scientific narratives

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AGI HAINES, bioprinting organs for a better future 

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JINHEE PARK, exploring issues around our day-to-day life

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BOMPAS & PARR, all about food and science 

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ALANA BARTOL, the relationship between man and earth 

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KAREN MIRANDA ABEL, bringing water ecologies from nature to the gallery

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MARIAH WRIGHT, and how to use design to reflect on what is arounds us

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NESTOR PESTANA, exploring predictions and possibilities of utopian and dystopian futures

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SONJA BÄUMEL, investigating the invisible diversity of the human body

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TIM CLARK,  imagining future visions of alternative energies and flight

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JAIME TAI, building facts and ideas into tangible multi-layered scenarios

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CECILIA BULLO, blending concepts of human physiology, medicine and philosophy

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CHARLOTTE JARVIS, combining synthetic biology, biotech with concepts of language and communication

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LOUISE MACKENZIE, evolution and the genetic code blended with post-humanism

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LOREN KRONEMYER, exploring insect communication

CHRISTIANA KAZAKOU, making connections between sound, psychoanalysis, art and scientific theories

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LAURA DAZA, alchemic techniques and natural materials to manufacture pigments

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ZOE HOUGH, blending the boundaries between science, politics, society

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MIRIAM SIMUN, the implications of global warming and climate change

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MEITAL TZABARI,  how to develop a sustainable material made from pressed fallen leaves

EFFIE KOUKIA, blurring the boundaries between art, health and edible products

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CLAIRE MORGAN, blending art, living materials, taxidermy and literature

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ELLA BULLEY, transforming a raw material as sugar into crafted artifacts

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RÓMULO CELDRÁN, creating a new sense of tangible reality

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MATIJA COP, blending fashion and materials with architectural concepts

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LANZAVECCHIA+WAI, how to turn  friendship into an energetic sustainable design consultancy

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CATHERINE WALES, experimenting with digital technologies, genetics, fashion and 3D printing

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SOOMI PARK, installations focused on human emotions, desires and interactions

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MAIKO TAKEDA,  finding inspiration in nature and the environment

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ZACHARY BEER, exploring into the processes of Molecular Biology

Mylyn Nguyen, collecting and recycling to build a fascinating world

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Baptiste Debombourg, blending materials and philosophical concepts

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Yael Levin, blending mechanical elements with jewelry

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Martynka Wawrzyniak, the act of eating seen from a sensorial perspective

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Alexandra Kehayoglou, using raw materials to weave pastizales

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Rebecca Louise Law, using hundreds of suspended flowers

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Dongwook Lee, beauty and disturbing humanoid sculptures

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Lêna Bùi, exploring the relationship between people and zoonosis

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Polly Penrose, decoding body language

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Lucy Glendinning, using the human body to provoke the viewer

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Sabrina Osborne, blending concerns of identity, belonging, and loss

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Elson Kambalu, blurring the boundaries between scientific processes and local communities

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Ksenia Kamikaza, the art of proper and sophisticated track selection

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Jas Singh, experimenting with the interaction between sound and spaces

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Stéphane Malka, challenging the definition of architecture

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Jan Manski, exposing the absurdity of the violence

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Jose Romussi, a talented artist who doesn’t study the arts

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Rafael Gómezbarros, understanding the society in which we live

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Alastair Philip Wiper, capturing the essence of laboratories

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Davy & Kristin McGuire, how to construct dream worlds made from paper

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Melissa Zexter, identity, photography and embroidery

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Nicolás Estrada, blending materials, textures and stones

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Sarah Hatton, blending mathematical patterns and bees