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self initiated projects

Biohack Workshop

Delta. Multi-Perspective
WIP Show Tour
Terroir Transitions
Biotechnomini Market
Biohack Workshop
Synthetic Temperaments
Parallel Reality Tour
8 of 512
Stereochron Resident
POV Prisms
Deductive Printing
Socratic Search
British Museum Residency
A Place Called Love
Short Nose
Cold Brew Coffee Cart
Wisdom Blitz
Your Bank May Be Repossessed
Wayne McGregor Dance Lab
Wander Around Map
Long Thoughts
Now & Then
Exhibition in an Envelope
Wisdom Tooth
Pilgrims Way
Slower Failure
Work 1197
Arrows of London
Blackspot Cigarettes
100 Conversations
Switch to Manual

This is a significant moment, as biotechnology moves from the laboratory into everyday life through the market, and it’s vital that designers are involved in this transition.
Anthony Dunne

Participant in Bio Hack workshop to promote awareness of biotechnology, demystify processes involved, and enable designers to engage in molecular and genetic strategies. Using a commercially-available 'genetic modification kit', Design Interactions students were able to design from the bottom up. Using the most basic unit of life – the DNA – to genetically alter the behaviour of bacteria to produce blue pigment. Use of this kit was a first for a Design and Art institution in the UK.

Tutor: Raph Kim