Artist-in-Residence Amélie Brindamour reflects on her time in the BioLab
A love letter to our last universal common ancestor.
A symbiotic structure that incorporates slime mold into reclaimed electronic waste.
From a voiceless personal shell to a dialogic social platform
Installations and performances that challenge the idea of the environment as separate or outside of the “self.”
Soil microbial remediation of Nova Scotia’s historic gold mine tailings
A collaborative project exploring the sculptural and metaphorical potential of SCOBY
Collaborative research to develop bacteria dyes.
PhD student research on biocare ethics in feminist labs.
MA Conservation thesis research by a visiting student researcher from Queens University.
Biomaterials research applied to fashion
MDes student research into the use of mycelium (mushroom roots) as a new sustainable alternative to fiberglass in metro cars.