CITY SIGHTS: Finding the science-art in New York-area art exhibitions
by Julia Buntaine, Editor-in-Chief
The School of Visual Arts
New York, NY
June 16th, 2016
The School of Visual Art's annual biological-art residency program, headed by Suzanne Anker, cultivates and showcases the work of emerging artists interested in manipulating the forms, functions, and concepts of biology in the name of art. This year nine residents from around the world presented the work created during their time spent in SVA's state of the art biology laboratory. From under the microscope and into the fishbowl, these artists ensure the future of bio art is bright, strange, and beautiful.
Pictured here is the work of residents Andrew Cziraki, Moe Gaines, Jody Guralnick, David Hanlon, Rhonda Khalifeh, Qinqin Liu, Nicolas Rascona, Natalie Majaba Waldburger, Leah Xie.
For more information on this program, click HERE.
All photos courtesy of SciArt Magazine.
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