Yesterday interdisciplinary artist Audrey Rangel Aguirre joined me in conversation for a BIOfutures Instagram live session to discuss her work and futures at the intersection of art, science, and the future. Those that missed our livestream can view the recording here.
The next BIOfutures Instagram live session will be the rescheduled discussion with bioMATTERS cofounder Nancy Diniz, which will now steam at 18:00 BST on April 5th. Watch the session live from my Instagram account here.
Those interested to find out how emerging and anticipated developments in fields including biodesign, biomaterials, biofabrication, biocomputing, and biomimetics may shape the future may like to join Bioratorium®'s BIOfutures IG Instagram Live sessions. Featuring a line-up of seminal researchers and practitioners from around the world, several sessions are taking place across March, April, and May of which the first two events are listed below. Streaming through @melissasterry, the sessions are drop-in and require no RSVP to attend. Follow @bioratorium for updates on forthcoming sessions.
29th March 2022 at 18:00 BST ::
In discussion with Audrey Rangel Aguirre, interdisciplinary artist, hosted by Dr. Melissa Sterry
Centred on biofutures in art, this session will explore how emerging and anticipated developments in biomaterials, biofabrication, biocomputing, and more may shape the future of the visual arts. Audrey Rangel Aguirre is an interdisciplinary artist currently in collaborations with astrobiologist Marta Filipa Simões at State Key Laboratory of Lunar and Planetary Sciences, Macau University of Science & Technology, and with Claudio Avignone, Professor of Systems Microbiology at the University of Surrey. U.K.
5th April 2022 at 18:00 BST ::
In discussion with Nancy Diniz, cofounder, bioMATTERS, hosted by Dr. Melissa Sterry
Centred on biofutures in design, this session will explore how emerging and anticipated developments in biomaterials, biofabrication, and biocomputing may shape the future of product, furniture, and interior design. We’ll discuss issues including how we may re-think design practices to be in balance with the evolving ecological world, and how we create more opportunities for inter- disciplinary collaboration and knowledge sharing. Nancy Diniz is an architect and Co-Founder of bioMATTERS. Parallel to her practice, she has published her work widely and is Course Leader of the Masters in Biodesign at Central Saint Martins, UAL, London.
Melissa Sterry, PhD, chartered design scientist, systems theorist, biofuturist, and serial founder inc. Bionic City®
Asking the question "how would nature design a city" since 2010.
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