In her installation and book, Ines Doujak criticizes the way multinational corporations reap profits by taking out patents on indigenous plants, food, knowledge, even human tissues from developing countries and turn them into lucrative products. Without sharing the benefits with the country of origin
12 minutes packed with DIY kits to turn pee into fertilizer, vending machines for crows and the dark sides of social networks
What can a map of London made of urine samples and postcodes teach us about the way we will interact with each other and our environment in the near future?
Endy campaigns for a more open culture of biological technology, where biological engineering would not have to be confined to the laboratories of high-end industry laboratories.
Just as i was panicking that i wouldn’t be able to post anything today because i had spent […]
The Golden Nica in the brand new Hybrid Art category went to a whole structure not just a […]
Yesterday was the presentation of the prize Winners in the brand new “Hybrid Art” category of Ars Electronica. […]