Bio Art at IOTA

Prospective Futures: The Aurelia Project (May- December 2018)

IOTA: BETA is launching a Bio Art project in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Working with 9 contemporary artists and three curators, who bridge the topic of life sciences through arts.

Look for updates on all platforms of social media @IOTAinstitute!

Prospective Futures: The Aurelia Project is a collaboration between Saint Mary’s University Senior Research Fellow, Dr. Linda Campbell, and WhiteFeather Hunter, transdisclipinary artist and Principal Investigator/ Technician, Speculative Life BioLab at the Milieux Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology at Concordia University in Montreal.

Project Website

View the Prospective Futures project page


"What is the role of art in helping us better understand coronavirus?" A look at Bio Art through the work of Canadian bio artist Elaine Whittaker @elainetwsalt

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