HackteriaLab14: Yogyakarta, Indonesia

April 13th - 26th 2014

A two-week intensive, international collaboration and series of informal workshops organized by the Hackteria | Open Source Biological Art online network and hosted by the LifePatch citizen initiatives in art, science, and technology. Embracing the proud amateur, participants held workshops for each other and for the public, and collaborative projects were installed and exhibited in the final days (can be found here: http://hackteria.org/wiki/HLab14-Exhibition)

 
 

Genomikon workshop @ LA Biohackers

October 12th, 2013

 

Road Trip Photos

August 14th - November 19th 2013

One week after successfully funding our project on Kickstarter, we get on the road to begin our 6 week filming journey. From Pittsburgh to Chicago, New York to New Orleans, Houston to Utah, and British Columbia to Los Angeles, these photos document our exciting quest to interview over 40 people involved in DIYBio, creative biotech, and amateur biology.

 

Building a bioprinter @ Biocurious

September 23rd, 2013

 

Fun with Biologik in Norfolk, VA

September 1st, 2013

 

Live Event @ the Center for PostNatural History

July 5th, 2013

During Garfield's monthly Unblurred Gallery Crawl, we hosted a special live event at the Center for PostNatural History, located in Pittsburgh, PA.  The event included an informative interactive display at the front room as well as our Kickstarter video.

 

Baltimore Underground Science Space (BUGSS)

June 15th, 2013

 

First Footage Gather in Brooklyn, NY

March 14th, 2013

We filmed and interviewed Ellen Jorgensen, bio-literacy advocate and cofounder of Genspace,  Nurit Bar-Shai, artist and cofounder of Genspace, Wythe Marschall, writer and co-curator of the Cut/Paste/Grow exhibition, Emily Anthes, author of Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling up to biotech's brave new beasts, and Nikki Romanello at her studio in Red Hook.