Embodied Fantasies: From Awe to Artifice (Art - Knowledge - Theory)
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Cairns-Smith 's proposal, that life on earth originated through the "genetic takeover" of crystals which allowed RNA to learn life's replication process". These images bring forth somatic reactions in viewers as they are confronted in each case with human remains. They "point to myriad cultural questions concerning consent, disease, social mores, laboratory practices and, of course, mortality".
The Butterfly in the Brain refers to MRI brain scans and Rorschach tests as devices explicating brain morphology and psychologically driven projective techniques. In this body of work, Anker makes use of a variety of mediums such as screen printing , sculpture , video and installation. Her Rorschach series also utilizes scientific imagery as source material. In this body of work, the artist employs computer-generated 3D modeling and printing processes  to produce symmetrical sculptures that resemble the tests created by Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach.
Laboratory Life is an artwork composed of photographs of scientific apparatuses overlaid with images of nature, man-made gardens, and wild floral outcrops. Regarding this project the artist explains, "both laboratories and gardens are artificially created. They are constructed spaces, framed with either pastoral delight in mind, or as a site where nature is scrutinized, expecting to surrender its secrets. Nature is in continual flux, repositioning its elements constantly".
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Using live plants under controlled lighting sources, Anker's plants displayed in Astroculture on going are grown from seed without using pesticides. Each seed is planted in a small peat pod and sprouts within a few days. The title of the work refers to a term employed by NASA apropos of their development of growing plants in space. The body of work Vanitas in a Petri Dish on going employs the Petri dish as a cultural icon.
The work is based on photographs of natural and artificial elements that the artist arranges inside Petri dishes, referencing the tradition of the Vanitas as symbolic work of art. Relating current discourses into the manipulation of matter to concerns in 17th and 18th century Western paintings , the project brings to the fore ethical arguments concerning biotech practices in the 21st century. Remote Sensing on going is a series of rapid prototype sculptures appearing as micro-landscapes. Produced with a 3D printer employing pigmented plaster and resin, the work takes its cue from the disastrous impacts of toxicity and war.
The title of the project " Remote sensing " originated from a term used in satellite technology to describe computer-generated data used to assess geographical areas that are too problematic or dangerous for human intervention. Anker explains that "the fabrication of the work in the series Remote Sensing begins with digital photographs in the Vanitas in a Petri Dish series. Hence these simulations provide tools for the expansion of pictorial configurations in both science and art". Rainbow Loom is a series of arrangements of organic and inorganic objects in Petri dishes.
Anker uses local grocery items and manufactured products, as a way to understand specific cultures in the global economy. Employing many Petri dishes, Anker arranges the natural and artificial objects by color, from red to yellow to green to blue to violet. The Petri dish , like a Rorschach inkblot, or DNA's double helix, has become a popular cultural icon.
While denotatively, the Petri dish is a covered glass plate used in scientific laboratories, connotatively, it alludes to something brewing under investigation. In this real or imagined container a concept or a substance, if allowed to ferment, will sprout its hidden dimensions. From seeds, to politics, to toxic environments inside, such a dish brings forth a host of arresting results. Media related to Suzanne Anker at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Suzanne Anker. Brooklyn , New York. Bio Art: Altered Realities. Art of the Digital Age. Retrieved Art's Hyper-Natural Nature". In Anker, Suzanne; Flach, Sabine eds.
Living in such places one learns to read and tell landscape, to understand connections among seemingly unrelated phenomena, to phrase an appropriate response. Fluency in landscape is an aid not only to survival, but also to the empathetic imagination. Since , my students and I have worked with residents of the Mill Creek neighborhood. We have taught, and we have learned. We have designed small projects, like community gardens, which were built, and sustained over time.
And we have made plans for transforming the larger urban landscape. Students in my classes at the University of Pennsylvania and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created designs for wetlands, water gardens, and environmental study areas on vacant land in the Mill Creek neighborhood. They have analyzed the urban watershed and have demonstrated how stormwater can be collected in landscape projects that are also stormwater detention facilities.
They also learned how to make websites and published their proposals, designs, and accomplishments on the Internet. The project was to be a collective vision, designed by stormwater engineers, landscape architects, teachers and students at the middle school, and community residents. The photographer frames a view, bringing certain features into dialogue, excluding others. Through this act of framing, one creates a doorway for others to enter mentally. Through empathetic design—architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and planning—one can imagine a world, yet inchoate, with the potential for fusing the traditional and the new, nonhuman and human, nature and culture.
Imagine if every act of shaping landscape were judged, as contributions to renku are, not just by individual brilliance, but by the subtlety, intelligence, and art of the response. Imagine if each environmental change were approached with the care and frame of mind of the poet who considers what is there and seeks both to respond and to open up a new world. Designers are storytellers.
Design is a way of imagining and telling new stories and reviving old ones, a process of spinning out visions of landscapes, alternatives from which to choose, describing the shape of a possible future. We extend these meanings further through processes of construction and cultivation, use and neglect, as we dwell in what began as dreams. Boston, Massachusetts, seen from Boston Harbor Islands. Nahant, Massachusetts. Ridgeway, Avebury, England.
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