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EXHIBITION: Jason Fahrion + UCLA iGEM + Art|Sci Collective, 10.2.14

2 Oct 2014 5:00 pm
2 Oct 2014 9:00 pm
EXHIBITION: Jason Fahrion + UCLA iGEM, 10.02.14

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Exhibition Opening, 5 pm + LASER Symposium, 7 pm

Art|Sci Gallery, CNSI 5th Floor

From the work of artist Jason Fahrion, who raises silkworms in his garage on local mulberry leaves, to UCLA iGEM's quest for genetically modifying bacteria to produce fluorescent silk, a cabinet of curiosities at the Art|Sci Gallery weaves a story of silk, and of the biological factories that humans have carefully cultivated to manufacture it. 

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BIRD SONG DIAMOND: The Acoustic Mapping of Bird Song Networks

28 Jul 2014 8:00 am

- A special ONE DAY installation in UCLA's Sculpture Garden -

UCLA BIRDSONG PROJECT + Universtiy of Tokyo Present


An acoustic construction: hyper sound speakers amplify and present sounds from nature

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CLARISSA RIBEIRO: Previous Exhibition

5 Jun 2014 5:00 pm
5 Jun 2014 7:00 pm

Performing Quantum Entanglement: Subtle Apparatuses for Extrasensory Affectiveness
Clarissa Ribeiro

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 5th | 5-7 p.m.

Art|Sci Gallery, 5th Floor CNSI

What does it mean to be entangled? In this experimental work, composed of three interactive video installations, Ribeiro invites us to think about ourselves and our affective dimension from a semi-material and non-local perspective. 

$12 Parking All-Day

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3 Jun 2014 5:00 pm

Unfolding | Clusters: A Music and Visual Media Model of ALS Pathophysiology
Frederico Visi + Giovanni Dothel in collaboration with Duncan Williams

Opening Reception: 5 pm, June 3rd

Art|Sci Gallery, Room 5419, CNSI

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is the most common of the five motor neuron diseases, it is characterized by progressive degeneration of the upper and lower motor neurons of the spinal cord.

This interdisciplinary project presents a way of employing music and immersive media in order to illustrate the biomolecular processes behind the progress of ALS and thus help raise awareness in the greater public.