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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New algal artworks

I’ve worked on new designs for Society6, Redbubble, and Zazzle over the last months. Since I’ve been busy with algae, the influence is obvious. My artworks feature Chlorella, Dunaliella salina, and Porphyridium cruentum. Below some specific products I particularly like. But as always, they are featured on a wide array of products.

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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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Growing chlorella

Growing algae for an experiment using the Chlorella Culture Kit from Algae Research and Supply and a $10 fish tank from PetSmart. Works a treat!

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