Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings,

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Maya Spasova, London, UK. Visual Artist observed the centiSperm project and then took to drawing or channeling the lives of the centiSperm. Some are intertwined with each other. Some have wings. Some are forming into embryos. Some are flying in the sky. Derived from direct experience and delving into the unconscious connections to such a symbolic hybridity, Maya mixed snakes and angels, embryos and insects, clouds and DNA. Along with all the other prolific artistry Maya unleashed at Djerassi, she made 100+ centiSperm symbolically influenced drawings and embryonic sculptures.

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

Maya Spasova, centiSperm Drawings, Scientific Delirium Madness, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside, California, 2016

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Adam Zaretsky, Ph.D., CEO psyFert a Wet-Lab DIY-BIOart Practitioner mixing Ecology, Biotechnology, Non-human Relations, Body Performance and Gastronomy. Zaretsky stages lively, hands-on bioart production labs based on topics such as: foreign species invasion (pure/impure), radical food science (edible/inedible), jazz bioinformatics (code/flesh), tissue culture (undead/semi-alive), transgenic design issues (traits/desires), interactive ethology (person/machine/non-human) and physiology (performance/stress). His art practice focuses on an array of legal, ethical, social and libidinal implications of biotechnological materials and methods with a focus on transgenic humans.

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