#A.I.L - artists in laboratories, episode 2
As announced last week, i've started a programme about art and science for ResonanceFM. The second episode is broadcast today Monday 28 May at 16.30 (GMT.) There will be a repeat on Thursday at 22.30. You can catch it online if you don't live in London. And of course there will be podcasts.
The guest of today's edition of #A.I.L. (Artists in Laboratories) is Richard Pell, the founder and director of The Center for Postnatural History in Pittsburgh, the first museum that seeks to research, document and exhibit man-made biological systems. I interviewed him on the blog last year as he had just opened the museum and the radio show looks at how the center's doing right now, its challenges, its projects, the spider silk-producing goats and the english bull terrier.
Steve Rowel joins us at the end of the show to give us a super quick tour of the Center's new show: The Cold Coast Archive: Future Artifacts from the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. That exhibition is so fascinating that i'll come back online tonight to post images and information about it. Yes! that would be 2 posts in a single day when i usually don't even manage to publish two stories in a week.
Photo on the homepage: Naval Labe Mice.