CUT/PASTE/GROW mentioned in the Los Angeles Review of Books!

Check out the article by David Biello, which rapidly asks several questions about the intersections of the human, the aesthetic, the world (what we once called “Nature”), and our ideas about our common future. One question I find particularly charged in relation to our exhibition at Observatory is this one:

Do we need an aesthetic for the Anthropocene?

Does bioart feel suddenly relevant because we (humans, the species that makes art) feel more and more in charge of the biological?

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