bioelectronic? 1.0
Balance-Unbalance 2013 is hosted by the UNESCO recognised Noosa Biosphere, a dynamic learning laboratory for sustainability in one of the most pristine and diverse environments in Australia. The three-day conference will take place May 31 to June 2, 2013 at Central Queensland University, with satellite events at Lake Cootharaba as part of the 2013 Floating Land Festival.

Balance-Unbalance is a major International Conference designed to use art as a catalyst to explore intersections between nature, science, technology and society as we move into an era of both unprecedented ecological threats and transdisciplinary possibilities.

http://www.balance-unbalance2013.org/
Otras instalaciones.
Balance-Unbalance 2013
ATM MANIFIESTO.
Proyecto AbRiGo, UNTREF (Argentina)
Andrea Valera, Natalia Pajarito.
http://www.proyectoabrigo.untref.edu.ar
Oscillations.
ArtSpace West (USA)
ASU Professor Garth Paine ArtSpace West (USA)
http://www.galleries.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/sitePage.cfm?code=gallery-noosa
Este proyecto contó con el apoyo del Ministerio de Cultura de Colombia (Programa Nacional de Estímulos), hackspace London y balance-unbalance conference 2013.
Urban Flock.
Todd Ingalls and Mary Bates
En colaboración con Dux Choi y librepensante.org,

Copyleft, 2013


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The last mock-up which has been developed is called "bioelectronic?. It had made using (3d)printing and was modeling by Duck Choi (current student of RCA) in a collaborative working with librepensante.org. Inside itself is assembled a tiny "bio-reactor" connecting with a fuel cell (transforms hydrogen into electricity) and an electronic circuit. Biolectronic? creates "electronic sounds" from bacteria's metabolism and at the same time it uses its own production of (bio)electricity as fuel. It is based on a last DIY prototype: "alga_e"
Este prototipo ha sido modelado e impreso en 3D por Duck Choi (estudiante de RCA) en un trabajo en colaboración con librepensante.org. En el interior del objeto está ensamblado un pequeño bioreactor, una celda de combustible (transforma hidrógeno en electricidad) y un circuito electrónico. Crea energía eléctrica a partir de La función es crear "sonidos" a partir de cambios eléctricos en un ambiente de bacterias anaeróbicas, y la mismo tiempo usar su propia producción de (bio)electricidad. Este prototipo está basado en uno anterior: "alga_e" .