Getting there …

The algae-powered thermometer I am going to exhibit at RISD Nature Lab from August 24th onward, is the first piece I’ve ever made specifically for an exhibition. It has been quite a ride. Yet again, the process highlighted many unknowns and question marks. Some difficulties certainly stemmed from my relatively shallow experience with algae at […]

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Work-in-progress for RISD exhibition

Making progress on my piece for the RISD exhibition “Biodesign: From Inspiration to Integration”, coming up in August this year. Now’s the perfect time to say thanks to everyone who has helped with this and who will be helping over the coming weeks. In particular, Waldemar @ thingconnect.cc, Mike @ FlanaGen, and Brenda @ UCL. The […]

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A small moss pot at Unterstory

The lovely people of Genspace manned a table at Understory over the weekend. At the front left you see one of my photo-microbial fuel cells. Also exhibited were various mycelium materials, a ghost heart, and textiles grown in kombucha. Image courtesy of Genspace Instagram

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Moss FM at BASF Creator Space

Moss FM has been part of the BASF Creator Space Tour in Ludwigshafen, Germany, together with a number of other interesting and ground breaking projects. Moss FM was shown in a reduced form with a multimeter and an LCD attached to the circuit.

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