Playing Life // Exhibition

The Playing Life exhibition explores the emerging field of creating and working with living materials as a medium for the development of innovative art & design projects. Playing Life features a combination of recent developments in biotechnology, interspersed with future concepts and projects that are influenced by craft.
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#DDW15 #PosterusTextiles Hoogeweegen photo by Monique Tieleman @tantekee #textile

Natuur, technologie en design = NextNature

"Algae-graphy." by french artist Lia Giraud  Landscape Photos "Grown" On Light-Sensitive Algae  Using microalgae, she develops images on the light-sensitive organisms that she describes as "small sensors in motion."

" by french artist Lia Giraud Landscape Photos "Grown" On Light-Sensitive Algae Using microalgae, she develops images on the light-sensitive organisms that she describes as "small sensors in motion.

Human-animal hybrid organs imagine organic implants of the future

Human-animal hybrid organs imagine organic implants of the future

As biological engineering becomes more and more adept, scientists will eventually get to explore the limits of what they can craft in the lab. To that end, designer Agatha Haines has put together a.

#DDW15 #blood Ted Lawson #transnatural photo by Monique Tieleman @tantekee

Natuur, technologie en design = NextNature

Ted Lawson photo by Monique Tieleman

CIRCUMVENTIVE ORGANS - Agatha Haines

Designer Agatha Haines' realistic sculptures of 'circumventive organs' could one day become reality to prevent heart attacks, strokes and the effects of cystic fibrosis.

Bistro in Vitro by Next Nature Network and Submarine Channel

Bistro in Vitro is a virtual restaurant serving artificial meat

In vitro cookbook helps you decide if you're into lab-grown meat - AIVAnet

'Canopée en Cultures', algee, photography (by Lia Giraud)

'Canopée en Cultures', algee, photography (by Lia Giraud)

Fungi Fest, Tessa Kuipers, Playing Life

Fungi Fest, Tessa Kuipers, Playing Life

Performance leather tanning, Nienke Hoogvliet, Dutch Design Week

Performance leather tanning, Nienke Hoogvliet, Dutch Design Week

Designer Teresa van Dongen giving an enlivening talk about her installation "One Luminous Dot" during the Bio-Talk evening we organized together with Mediamatic.  Join us for the next Bio-Talk in February and meanwhile you can vist our show Playing Life @Transnaturalheadquarters.  http://transnatural.org/events/playing-life/

Designer Teresa van Dongen giving an enlivening talk about her installation "One Luminous Dot" during the Bio-Talk evening we organized together with Mediamatic. Join us for the next Bio-Talk in February and meanwhile you can vist our show Playing Life @Transnaturalheadquarters. http://transnatural.org/events/playing-life/

___Re-Sea-Me looks at the possibilities of turning organic sea waste into materials. A large percentage of waste from the fishing industry comes from fish skins. When it is treated according to old leather-tanning techniques, the fish skins appear to possess the same characteristics as pig or cowhide. No chemicals are used during this process. The project Re-Sea-Me uses different types of fish skins, of which salmon skin has proved to work the best.   Come by to see this inspiring project.

___Re-Sea-Me looks at the possibilities of turning organic sea waste into materials. A large percentage of waste from the fishing industry comes from fish skins. When it is treated according to old leather-tanning techniques, the fish skins appear to possess the same characteristics as pig or cowhide. No chemicals are used during this process. The project Re-Sea-Me uses different types of fish skins, of which salmon skin has proved to work the best. Come by to see this inspiring project.

___How can we use biometric data better to relax? In Playful Self, an artwork of James Krahe and Alex Rather, each object comes ‘to life’ thanks to biometric data. Are you able to relax with a regular breathing pattern while drinking a cup of tea? Playful Self illustrates the exchange of the body’s biometric data in relation to everyday objects which seem to literally come alive.  Come play with us @Transnatural Headquarters!

___How can we use biometric data better to relax? In Playful Self, an artwork of James Krahe and Alex Rather, each object comes ‘to life’ thanks to biometric data. Are you able to relax with a regular breathing pattern while drinking a cup of tea? Playful Self illustrates the exchange of the body’s biometric data in relation to everyday objects which seem to literally come alive. Come play with us @Transnatural Headquarters!

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