• Tomás Saraceno

    Bonniers Konsthall

    The physicist Freeman Dyson, professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, reasons that since biology is our era’s dominant science, “the dominant art form should be the design of genomes to create new varieties of animals and plants.” His view has a basis in the ever-increasing relevance and credibility of interdisciplinary research, where artists and designers will begin creating new transgenic life-forms using applied biotechnology. The work of artists such as Tomás Saraceno, with its interdisciplinary combinations of biology, arachnology (the study of

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