Plastomach Featured on This Earth Now: Can it Save the Planet?

It was a total pleasure to be featured on the show This Earth Now in their Can it Save the Planet episode. For the interview I had the staff and commentators up to my studio on the 69th floor of World Trade Building #3. Below is a link to the interview. Cheers and enjoy!

Cosmologies of Care: International Symposium of Electronic Arts, Paris 2023

This spring I had the pleasure of presenting some of my work with living systems at International Symposium of Electronic Arts. This panel included Carlos Castellanos, Mariana Perez Bobadilla/Maro Pebo and myself and was titled Cosmologies of Care: Epistemological and Ontological repositioning of Symbiotic Relationships in Art and Living Systems. Our talk offered examples of … Continue reading Cosmologies of Care: International Symposium of Electronic Arts, Paris 2023

Biodesign Challenge winner from Rutgers is Yeasties: Protein to the People

I am thrilled and honored to report that this year the¬†Biodesign Challenge winner from Rutgers is the project Yeasties: Protein to the People. And they are presenting today via live stream at: https://biodesignchallenge.org/summit-2020. The presentations usually take place at a closed summit at NY MOMA. However, because the summit was moved to a virtual space, … Continue reading Biodesign Challenge winner from Rutgers is Yeasties: Protein to the People

Rutgers Finalists at BDC 2019 MOMA Symposium

I’m thrilled to report that the Biodesign Group at Rutgers was a finalist at the 2019 Symposium at MOMA. Four undergrads from Rutgers Camden presented their project to 60 judges in the field of biodesign. The thoughtful, well researched presentation and the humorous supporting video, brought down the house! ¬†The project overview/slides and text is … Continue reading Rutgers Finalists at BDC 2019 MOMA Symposium

Biodesign Challenge: Group Projects from 2019

For the Biodesign Challenge students from top universities around the world spend the semester envisioning how cells, microbes, and other living things can remake the products and processes of our made world. At Rutgers this past semester students authored projects that focused on water, food, materials, energy, medicine, and others areas where biological design could … Continue reading Biodesign Challenge: Group Projects from 2019