Archives for posts tagged ‘immaterial data’

hydrogel 3D prints

Towards the end of 2021 we were able to go with Dr. Carmine Gentile into the lab a few times, where he printed the different forms and at different sizes, in hydrogel. These experiments will enable us to work out which form, at what size and what printer settings to print with live cells. We […]

bioprinting

Pleased to be able to undertake more experiments in the lab, after lockdown restrictions eased. We aim to produce a series of mini-sculptures, to contain live cells embedded in hydrogel (alginate gelatin). We are documenting the lab work, aiming to produce short time-lapse films of the process. Here is a trial run…  

Sculpture Trials

Extra images from our recent trials of mini-sculptures. Photographs by Dr Carmine Gentile and team at the Cardiovascular Regeneration Laboratory

transmuting breath to form

We have been working with the audio recording of George’s last breaths. – translating the audio in different ways, with javascript, to generate animated imagery – taking that animation as a sequence of still frames ( just as an MRI scan is a series of still frames) into 3D slicer – using 3D Slicer to […]

looking around – immaterial data to 3D

Example of immaterial data being translated to 3D form – Artist Pierre Huyghe’s UUmwelt – cast from a 3D print of a visualisation of human thought as interpreted by neural net AI. Pierre Huyghe: UUmwelt (Deep Image Reconstruction) “… a set of elementary components, building blocks of ideas, were selected for a speculative situation. … […]