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DIYbio Toronto Message Board › bioart


Eric B.
user 5529367
Group Organizer
Toronto, ON
Post #: 5
I love bioart, and art about biology, let's collect some examples!

Glass sculptures of bacteria and viruses:
Lisa Carrie G.
Toronto, ON
Post #: 7
He also did piece related to art and sleep science a few years back. That's how I got into his work. Check it out: http://www.lukejerram...­
roberta b.
user 39448542
Toronto, ON
Post #: 4
I love Luke Jerram's work!

talking about bioart: Paul Vanouse is coming in May http://www.paulvanous...­
he is doing something at U of T, and a friend of mine is organizing a talk for him (don't worry, you will hear from me about it!!) but it would be great if he came and helped us a bit to DIY!
Lisa Carrie G.
Toronto, ON
Post #: 8
Lisa Carrie G.
Toronto, ON
Post #: 9
Small world. Paul was my thesis examiner. It would be great if he came to a DIY Bio event.
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