CRISPR panel discussion – Toronto January 26th

The term CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) refers to a range of novel gene editing systems which can be programmed to edit DNA at precise locations. It allows the permanent modification of the genes in cells of living organisms. CRISPR enables novel basic research and promises a wide range of possible applications from…

Merry CRISPR! – Helsinki 11th-15th of December

Merry CRISPR was a workshop produced by the Bioartsociety in collaboration with Biofilia laboratory – Aalto University, and supported by Aalto Univeristy, MA in Ecology and Contemporary Performance and Time and Space Arts (both University of the Arts Helsinki) and TAIKE. The workshop took place 11th – 15th of December at the Biofilia laboratory on the Aalto University Campus in Otaniemi/Espoo/Finland. Merry CRISPR was made using…

FACTT – Festival Art & Science @Toronto – January

The Arte Institute, in partnership with Cultivamos Culturaand ArtSi Salon, has the pleasure to announce FACTT – Festival of Art & Science in Toronto. The Festival took place in Lisbon, New York, Mexico, Berlin and will continue in Toronto. Exhibition: The Cabinet Project/ Art Sci Salon / FACTT Artists: Andrew Carnie Elaine Whittaker Erich Berger Joana Ricou Ken Rinaldo Laura Beloff…

FACTT – Festival Art & Science @Mexico City – 6th of October | 14th of October

The Arte Institute in partnership with Mute, Cultivamos Cultura and Ectopia has the pleasure to announce the first FACTT – Festival Art & Science Trans-disciplinary and Trans-national inMexico. The Festival took place in Lisbon and New York in September and will arrive to Mexico City on October 6. More info:  

Exhibition Colisão @Montras – 12th of August | 8th of September 2017

Artists: Alan Tod, Alex Carnie, Andrew Carnie, Cosima Herter, Dalila Honorato, Daniel Roher, Dolores Steinman, Ellen Wetmore, Gabriela Quintais, Joan Linder,  Katie Barry, Leonor Graça, Liz Auffant, Liz Linder, Luis Graça, Luis Quintais, Maja Smrekar, Manuel Furtado dos Santos, Maria Francisca Abreu, Marta de Menezes, Michela Baloi, Nigel Helyer,  Paul Vanouse, Robert Carnie, Sarah Blissett.