Posts Tagged 'stem cells'

machineflesh, bioart & life support

Exploitation-free, ‘victimless’ leather? Animal rights groups would probably tell you it’s an oxymoron, unless you’re talking about synthetics. Victimless leather was however also the name of one of the works featured in a 2008 MOMA exhibit, Design and the Elastic

machineflesh, bioart & life support

Exploitation-free, ‘victimless’ leather? Animal rights groups would probably tell you it’s an oxymoron, unless you’re talking about synthetics. Victimless leather was however also the name of one of the works featured in a 2008 MOMA exhibit, Design and the Elastic

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3D bioprinting

Imagine a woman, perhaps one like Juul Kraijer‘s bronze sculpture on the left. Her coronet of curls, on closer inspection, turns out to be a full head of ears (and conditioned with so many mixed metaphors). Today, she might provoke

3D bioprinting

Imagine a woman, perhaps one like Juul Kraijer‘s bronze sculpture on the left. Her coronet of curls, on closer inspection, turns out to be a full head of ears (and conditioned with so many mixed metaphors). Today, she might provoke

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