Did you miss Dr. Degger at Garage Gallery?

Brian Degger did a successful residency at 25 Stratford Grove 9-18.4.2010 turning the garage gallery into a space for domestic biotechnology, a literal interpretation of 25SG as an “incubator for live work”.  If you missed this participatory event then worry no more. There is blog post from Tikul who was among the lucky ones who attended this intriguing mix of art and science. The post is accompanied with nice images.

Incubator for live work at 25SG garage gallery

Incubator for live work at 25SG garage gallery

“i found dr brian’s work very inspiring.. and exciting, i would like to spend more time in his ‘mobile’ lab and work on some ideas together.. i cannot wait to grow my own glowing bacteria and make bioplastic at home! [vinegar + potato starch + glicerol in particular proportions, then wait few days until it will get harder;] it is amazing how this substance can be used instead of toxic plastic.. it is actually biodegradable, completely environmental friendly plastic, it can be used in a various ways.”

Source; images and text: http://dm.ncl.ac.uk/tikul/?p=2025 (21.4.2010)

Dr. Degger at work in 25SG garage gallery

Dr. Degger at work in 25SG garage gallery

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3 responses to “Did you miss Dr. Degger at Garage Gallery?

  1. Thanks to Carole and the 25sg team for the incubation/*forcing* period. I feel that a lot of great work came out of it and that we seeded a community.

    Our art and science conversation continues on at http://bioartforum.ideapad.net please join.

    25Sg and I are in talks about further explorations, watch the blog for further updates.

  2. thank you carole for a delicious day*

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