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Mexican doctor turns human DNA into personalised works of art

Image: Genoma23A Mexican doctor and exponent of ‘BioArt’ turns human DNA into personalised works of art.The Mexican doctor and researcher Juan Roldán, who has been living in Girona since 2008, has created the company Genoma23 to produce and sell personalised works of art made with human DNA.The idea was developed by Roldán using a mathematical algorithm that translates genetic information into unique strokes and ...

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An Artist Tried to Sell Her Actual Human Eggs as an NFT at Art Miami in Some Sort of Sign of the Times + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Monday, December 6. NEED-TO-READ Controversial Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden Plan Approved – After many, many meetings, the National Capital Planning Commission in Washington, D.C., has officially approved the controversial revamp of the Hirshhorn Museum’s sculpture garden. The ...

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A Driving Force Against Human Rights Abuses – ARTnews.com

How one Iranian artist used the iconic Paykan as a canvas for combatting persecution. Since the late 1960s, the Paykan—the first automobile produced in Iran—has been a beloved national symbol. And though the car went out of production years ago, you can still see Paykans being driven on the streets of Tehran. It’s precisely because the car is such an iconic symbol that Iranian-born ...

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Artists Unanchored Exhibit explores human purpose through art

NewsArtists Unanchored will be popping up at Wayne State College. Wednesday, October 20th 2021, 2:49 PM CDTUpdated: Wednesday, October 20th 2021, 2:52 PM CDTA collaborative art show by Artists Unanchored opens Thursday, Nov. 11 in the Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery in Conn Library at Wayne State College. The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, opens at 6 p.m.An artist talk will take place ...

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OSU’s student-curated art exhibit explores human identity

Jun. 30—Art students at Oklahoma State University curated their own exhibit at the university’s Museum of Art. The exhibit, which is titled “Constructing Identity — Perceiving Humanity,” consists of over a dozen of the museum’s art pieces. Professor Karen Greenwalt’s class, which consisted of both undergraduate and graduate students, was divided into different teams each with their own skills… Premium Content is available to ...

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High-Tech Works About Human Nature – ARTnews.com

In 2018, a study conducted in Japan by a team of researchers led by Ryota Kondo, Maki Sugimoto, Kouta Minamizawa came to a striking conclusion about virtual worlds. All we need to have a sense of self in them, the researchers wrote, is simply a pair of hands and feet. But what would it take to have a sense of a body that isn’t ...

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‘Very Human Experience’ – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – First Friday on Santa Fe Drive on a warm Friday night brought a lot of people out who haven’t had ad chance to see art in person. “It’s alive and vibrant, and people are just happy to be part of the arts scene again,” said gallery visitor Linda Bell. The Threyda Gallery was busy.READ MORE: U.S. 6 Reopened Through Clear Creek ...

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Wonderwerk Cave May Be Earliest Human Dwelling, Researchers Find – ARTnews.com

Archaeologists have found evidence that may identify the oldest home in human history. According to a report by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, researchers have learned that humans lived in the ancient Wonderwerk Cave in South Africa as early as two million years ago. The archaeologists, who have published their report in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews, believe that the cave was among the sites ...

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