Arte e biotecnologie                Estetica dei nuovi media                  Prof. Federica Timeto,                      ...
Definizioni di George Gessert, visualizzazione di Capucci/Torriani in Arte e              biotecnologie di Pier Luigi Capu...
Moistmedia (Roy Ascott)  The dry world of computational virtuality and the wet  world of biological systems are converging...
"Medium" è una parola rischiosa.Nei media studies, i media sonorecepiti come ciò chetradizionalmente trasmette oimmagazzin...
La specificità materiale dei processi mediatici si      espande in varie direzioni: dal lavoro e le  tecnologie, alle mate...
Questo è ciò che sostanzialmente i Science and Technology Studies cihanno trasmesso: che gli apparati, letecniche e i fram...
Jens Hauser, Toward a PhenomenologicalApproach to Art Involving Biotechnology, in       Tactical Biopolitics (2008)       ...
Joe Davis, Microvenus, 2000    Primary strand                   Microvenus bitmap                      5-CTTAAAGGGGCCCCCCA...
Nanoputians are a series of organic molecules whose structural formulae appearhuman. James Tour et al. (Rice University) d...
The Tissue Culture and Art ProjectThe Semi-Living Worry Dolls, 2000
The Tissue Culture and Art Project, NoArk, 2007 - 2008
Franziska Kempf/Christina von Rotz,«[ACTG]enome», 2003
http://www.romankirschner.net/index.php?movie-                 roots (video)                                Roots  A world...
http://www.romankirschner.net/index.php?movie-                  maelstrom
Infective Textiles 2001, led by Anna Dumitriu, collaborators: Rosie Sedgwick, Sarah Roberts, Brian Degger, Melissa Grantht...
biostorage (http://news.discovery.com/tech/bacteria-work-as-hard-drives-110110.html). Scientists in Chinahave turned E. co...
Eduardo Kac, GFP Bunny, 2000“The word "aesthetics" in the context of transgenic art must be understood to mean that creati...
Tuur Van Balen, Pigeon D’Or, 2010
Andreja Kulunčić, Closed Reality, Embryo,1999
C Y B O R GM O M M Y          Pattie Belle Hastings,          Cyborg mommy2000
subRosaSmart Mom (TM)Technology that Grows on You2000-2009
Faith Wilding, Embryoworld, parte I, Wall of Embryos, 1997-98
Embryoworld, parte II, Fertility Wall
Emvryoworld , parte III, Body and Soul
subRosa, Knowing Bodies: Constructa/Vulva, 2000
subRosa, Sex and Gender Education in the Biotech Century2000                                                           1/2
2/2
subRosa        ExpoEmmagenics, 2001video
subRosa, US Grade AAA Premium Eggs, 2002Calculate your Net Worth in the Flesh Market
Libera scelta?
Toni Negri e Michael Hardt, Impero “il biopotere è una forma di potere che regola la vita sociale dall’interno, seguendola...
SubRosa, Biopower Unlimited, 2002
subRosa, CELL TRACK. Mapping the Appropriation of Life                                   Materials (2004-5)
Tuur Van Balen, My City, My Body, 2008
Chrissy Conant, Crissy caviar, 2002
Julia Reodica, hymNext Designer Hymen Project, 2004unisex hymen:                       Polyacrylamidehymen sculpture at 2 ...
Cook Me - Black BileTuur Van Balen, 2011
CAE, Flesh Machine, 1997-8
CAE, Society for Reproductive Anachronisms, 1999-2000
CAE,Cult of the New Eve
CAE, Contestational Biology, 2002-3
Paul Vanouse, The Relative Velocity Inscription Device (RVID), 2002
Paul Vanouse, Suspect Inversion Center (SIC), 2011
Andie Gracie, Proxy - 2010robotic investigation of organic samples
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  1. 1. Arte e biotecnologie Estetica dei nuovi media Prof. Federica Timeto, A.A. 2010-2011
  2. 2. Definizioni di George Gessert, visualizzazione di Capucci/Torriani in Arte e biotecnologie di Pier Luigi Capucci, Franco Torriani[Testo originariamente pubblicato come introduzione al libro di Jens Hauser (a cura di), Art Biotech, Bologna, Clueb, 2007]
  3. 3. Moistmedia (Roy Ascott) The dry world of computational virtuality and the wet world of biological systems are converging to produce a new substrate for creative work, moistmedia, consisting of bits, atoms, neurons, and genes. A technoetic aesthetic• what is it to be human in the post-biological culture?• what is the ontology of mind and body distributed in cyberspace?• how to deal with the responsibility of redefining nature and even life itself ?• what aspects of the immaterial can contribute the re- materialisation of art?
  4. 4. "Medium" è una parola rischiosa.Nei media studies, i media sonorecepiti come ciò chetradizionalmente trasmette oimmagazzina informazione –tecnologie come i libri, la radio, latelevisione, i computer; inbiologia, un medium è unambiente circondante in cuiqualcosa funziona e prolifera - lacoltura grazie a cui il batterio E.coli cresce in un laboratorio; inarte, medium o media si riferiscealla sostanza che un artista usaper creare la sua arte, l’olio, ilmarmo, la ceramica”FORUM Living Mediations:Biology, Technology and Art Submitted by HASTAC Scholars on Mar 29, 2011- 01:00pm
  5. 5. La specificità materiale dei processi mediatici si espande in varie direzioni: dal lavoro e le tecnologie, alle materialità incarnate delle nostrepotenzialità come esseri percipienti e sensibili, chesono intrecciate a e incorniciate da questi media. In altre parole, i media stessi sono assemblaggi materiali (e in tal senso, ad esempio, gli apparti scientifici possono definirsi media), ma danno anche vita a una epistemologia materiale cheriguarda il modo in cui abitiamo il mondo in quanto essere estetici, cioè percipienti e affettivi”mediation - across political economy, and the...FORUM Living Mediations: Biology, Technology and Art Posted on Mar 30, 2011-01:01pm by JussiParikka
  6. 6. Questo è ciò che sostanzialmente i Science and Technology Studies cihanno trasmesso: che gli apparati, letecniche e i framework creano, e non scoprono soltanto. Le verità che si scoprono si trovano tanto negli apparati che nei corpi – e dunque, per essere più precisi, nei diversimiscugli di tecnologie, corpi biologici, e framework astrattihttp://jussiparikka.net/2011/03/19/me tastable-biomedia-bodies-paul- vanouses-fingerprints/
  7. 7. Jens Hauser, Toward a PhenomenologicalApproach to Art Involving Biotechnology, in Tactical Biopolitics (2008) • Rimaterializzazione • Intermedialità • Oltre la rappresentazione • Il performativo • La documentazione come traccia • Il contesto
  8. 8. Joe Davis, Microvenus, 2000 Primary strand Microvenus bitmap 5-CTTAAAGGGGCCCCCCAACGCGCGCGCT-3 ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| 3-GAATTTCCCCGGGGGGTTGCGCGCGCGA-5 (COMPLEMENTARY STRAND) Double-Stranded Microvenus DNA
  9. 9. Nanoputians are a series of organic molecules whose structural formulae appearhuman. James Tour et al. (Rice University) designed and synthesized thesecompounds in 2003 as a part of a sequence of chemical education for youngstudents. The compounds consist of two benzene rings connected via a few carbonatoms as the body, four acetylene units each carrying an alkyl group at their endswhich represents the hands and legs, and a 1,3-dioxolane ring as the head.
  10. 10. The Tissue Culture and Art ProjectThe Semi-Living Worry Dolls, 2000
  11. 11. The Tissue Culture and Art Project, NoArk, 2007 - 2008
  12. 12. Franziska Kempf/Christina von Rotz,«[ACTG]enome», 2003
  13. 13. http://www.romankirschner.net/index.php?movie- roots (video) Roots A world with a fluid atmosphere in a glass tank. Dark crystals grow trying to make connections. Constellations develop. They generate sound. And after some time they dissolve into clouds..., Dynamic Sculpture, 2005-2006.
  14. 14. http://www.romankirschner.net/index.php?movie- maelstrom
  15. 15. Infective Textiles 2001, led by Anna Dumitriu, collaborators: Rosie Sedgwick, Sarah Roberts, Brian Degger, Melissa Granthttp://web.mac.com/annadumitriu/NF/Infective_Textiles.html (video)
  16. 16. biostorage (http://news.discovery.com/tech/bacteria-work-as-hard-drives-110110.html). Scientists in Chinahave turned E. coli into hard drives. One gram of thebacteria can store up to 900 terabytes of information,including text, music, images, and video. And theinformation can be easily retrieved. When biologicalorganisms become repositories of non-human data, orrather, of data that is not native to the biological systemof the organism, this is biomedia in a true and literalsense. I wonder: is it likely that the capture, storage,and retrieval functions being performed by media todaywill one day be performed by single-celled organismsliving in our bodies? Or a more important question,how many ripped DVDs can my large intestine hold.posted on Apr 05, 2011-10:37pm by echerbony
  17. 17. Eduardo Kac, GFP Bunny, 2000“The word "aesthetics" in the context of transgenic art must be understood to mean that creation, socialization, and domestic integration are a single process.”
  18. 18. Tuur Van Balen, Pigeon D’Or, 2010
  19. 19. Andreja Kulunčić, Closed Reality, Embryo,1999
  20. 20. C Y B O R GM O M M Y Pattie Belle Hastings, Cyborg mommy2000
  21. 21. subRosaSmart Mom (TM)Technology that Grows on You2000-2009
  22. 22. Faith Wilding, Embryoworld, parte I, Wall of Embryos, 1997-98
  23. 23. Embryoworld, parte II, Fertility Wall
  24. 24. Emvryoworld , parte III, Body and Soul
  25. 25. subRosa, Knowing Bodies: Constructa/Vulva, 2000
  26. 26. subRosa, Sex and Gender Education in the Biotech Century2000 1/2
  27. 27. 2/2
  28. 28. subRosa ExpoEmmagenics, 2001video
  29. 29. subRosa, US Grade AAA Premium Eggs, 2002Calculate your Net Worth in the Flesh Market
  30. 30. Libera scelta?
  31. 31. Toni Negri e Michael Hardt, Impero “il biopotere è una forma di potere che regola la vita sociale dall’interno, seguendola, interpretandola, e persino assorbendola - ogni individuo abbraccia e riattiva questo potere a piacimento. Il biopotere pertanto si riferisce a una situazione in cui ciò che è direttamente in gioco nel potere sono la produzione e la riproduzione della vita stessa”
  32. 32. SubRosa, Biopower Unlimited, 2002
  33. 33. subRosa, CELL TRACK. Mapping the Appropriation of Life Materials (2004-5)
  34. 34. Tuur Van Balen, My City, My Body, 2008
  35. 35. Chrissy Conant, Crissy caviar, 2002
  36. 36. Julia Reodica, hymNext Designer Hymen Project, 2004unisex hymen: Polyacrylamidehymen sculpture at 2 weeks. gel prototype of hymen construct with unisex cut-out.
  37. 37. Cook Me - Black BileTuur Van Balen, 2011
  38. 38. CAE, Flesh Machine, 1997-8
  39. 39. CAE, Society for Reproductive Anachronisms, 1999-2000
  40. 40. CAE,Cult of the New Eve
  41. 41. CAE, Contestational Biology, 2002-3
  42. 42. Paul Vanouse, The Relative Velocity Inscription Device (RVID), 2002
  43. 43. Paul Vanouse, Suspect Inversion Center (SIC), 2011
  44. 44. Andie Gracie, Proxy - 2010robotic investigation of organic samples

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