Seeing through your tongue, listening through your teeth, navigating space through sonic vision, and mechanical ventilation are interfaces that are functional and assistive, yet can serve as interactive portals to gain new cross-modal perceptual abilities. Assistive Device Art and BioArt aesthetically and conceptually apply materials and methods from bioengineering, health sciences, synthetic biology, and medicine as a form of artistic inquiry into bio-systems and the human condition. In a time of conscious evolution, this work explores and sculpts living systems to generate discussions and new directions for research between art and science to envision alternative bio-futures that are humanistically, socially, and aesthetically conscious and concerned.

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Add to Calendar 20240418 America/New_York Baltimore Maryland Aisen Caro Chacin: Assistive Device Art