The exhibition, the first of our new exhibition series Nonhuman Subjectivities, presents various artistic reflections on the complex microbial environment found on and within the human body. Scientists say that bacterial cells are as numerous as human cells in our body. The phenomenon of the microbiome also brings forth many complex questions about human identity and our relation to our multiple selves.
More information at: http://artlaboratory-berlin.org/html/eng-exh-archive.htm
|mycophone_unison by Saša Spačal, Mirjan Švagelj and Anil Podgornik|
|from Other Selves by Joana Ricou|
|François-Joseph Lapointe and Microbiome Selfies/ 1000Handshakes|
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