Frederik de Wilde’s investigations don’t stop at nanotechnology and ultra black paintings, he also explores biotechnology, data networks, or any other scientific fields of research to uncover new frontiers of the intangible, inaudible, invisible.
That might sound highly conceptual but as the interview with the artist demonstrates research into elusive energy measurements and other barely perceptible phenomena quickly gives rise to reflections about politics, art history, economic emergency, universe hacking and very practical innovations in ‘clean’ energy
The Cloud Project takes the shape of a retro van selling ice-cream flavored clouds. An industrial-strength water spray mounted on top of the ice cream van would shoot a mix of liquid nitrogen and ice-cream into the atmosphere as a fine spray, leading to flavored condensation nuclei that will seed ice-cream clouds and give them the flavour of your choice
Asked to imagine a “what if…?” scenario that highlight some of the key issues surrounding nanoscience and nanotechnology, […]
The name of the Interaction Design Department at the Royal College of Art in London has now officially […]
A team, led by Joerg Lahann at the University of Michigan, have won funding to develop a breath […]
(by Sascha) Süddeutsche Zeitung Online features an interesting article on whether nanotech-equipped soldiers are a very likely scenario […]
Chris Voigt’s team at the University of California have turned a bed of light-sensitive bacteria into a photographic […]