多摩美術大学工芸科ガラスコース卒業。 テクノロジーとアート、科学的な生命観と宗教的な死生観など、現代社会において分裂した関係性が主なテーマである。 科学、哲学、歴史など領域横断的な視点で作品を制作することによって分裂をなめらかにする双方向的なヴィジョンの提案をすることを目的として表現活動を行う。 媒体としては酸素バーナーワーク（ホウケイ酸ガラス）、キネティックアート、バイオメディアアートなど。
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Abstract In the near future, the progress of the technology may change our values of life easily and considerably. The magic and risk of biotechnology are beyond the traditional field of science, close to the philosophical and artistic aspect. I am also researching on art related to life science, and creating artworks based on the knowledge and the inspiration that will come from this investigation. Biography 1990 Born in Japan 2008 Entered Department of Life science and medical bioscience in Waseda University I have majored in life sciences. On the other hand, I have been interested in the field of humanities. I studied about “outsider art” and Yokai: Japanese monster, fairy and [...]
BIOGRAPH Born in 1978, and he has made “an audio mixer which give the effect of sound”, “a rhythm sequencer to have experience of bodily randomization”, “ZURE-MOKUGYO” before now. running of materialofs website (http://soundcloud.com/materialofs). PROJECT An audio mixer which give the effect of sound Rhythm sequencer to have experience of bodily randomization ZURE-MOKUGYO
Juan Manuel Castro explores the potential of biological interfaces and synthetic ecologies upon artistic practice. BIOGRAPHY As well as hybrid architectures with biological materials, Juan M. Castro has been involved in the visualization of biological information in real-time and the creation of interactive installations. Born in Bogota (Colombia), he is currently living and working in Tokyo. Postdoctoral research fellow, he is investigating the impact of emerging biological interfaces as method to explore actual hybrid symbiosis. In 2008 he founded Biodynamic geometries and since its inception he has developed an international exhibition program of biomedia art installations. RESEARCH PROJECT
BIOGRAPHY KYOKO NAKAMURA Ph.D. (Postdoc) Artist-in-residence (Japanese painting, Bioaesthetics) Laboratory for Molecular Cell Network & Biomedia Art Department of Electric Engineering and Bioscience, Graduate School of Sciences and Engineering, Waseda University EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND March, 2010 Ph.D.(Art) Graduate school of Japanese Paintings, TOKYO GEIJUTSU DAIGAKU (Tokyo University of the Arts). DOCTORAL DISSERTATION Anatomy of Orchid：Creativity of Images and Orchids ADITIONAL INFORMATION OF WORK BELOW test 《SLOW SLICE ／ SLASH》 color on paper, triptych, each 180×90 cm (height×length), 2010
BIOGRAPHY b1971. Hideo is working in the fields of both biological science and contemporary visual art. He obtained Ph.D. in biological sciences from Nagoya University, and is currently Associate Professor and the Head of Laboratory for Molecular Cell Network & Biomedia Art at Waseda University in Tokyo (since 2005), and a PRESTO Researcher of Japan Science & Technology Agency (2007-2011). As an artist, he has produced contemporary papercut art in which abstract patterns are combined to be exhibited as three-dimensional installation. Since 2007, he is also working in biomedia art, especially using cyanobacteria and cultured cells. At his lab both fine/media artists and scientists are sharing the benches for biology [...]