• Larger than life, European Media Arts Festival, Osnabrueck, Germany 25th April 2003.

  • The Art of the Semi-Living, Ecole Des Beaux-Arts, Nantes 15th April 2003.

  • SymbioticA and Fish and Chips, Agora Des Sciences, Marseilles, France, 11th April 2003

  • Art Biotech at the Maison Européenne de laPhotographie in Paris, 10th April 2003.

  • The Performative aspects of the Semi-Living, Live Culture Symposium, Tate Modern, London. 30th March 2003.

  • Are The Semi-Living Semi Good or Semi Evil, L’art Biotech Symposium, le lieu unique, Nantes 15th March 2003.

  • Transformation: When Art and Sciences Meet
    Celestial City, Perth International Arts Festival, 29 January 2003.


  • Growing Semi-living Sculptures- EALAM, School of Arts, New Zealand, 16 December 2002

  • Growing Semi-Living Sculptures, The Art Institute of Chicago, 12 December 2002

  • Art and Science collaborations in SymbioticA, Art Science Collaborations Inc (ASCI), New York, 8 December 2002

  • Artistic Life Forms that would never survive Darwininan Evolution: Growing Semi-Living Entities. “Art and Nature: Darwinism, ecology, biology and the future of art” Art Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia, 7th December 2002.

  • Potsdam, Germany 21st November 2002.

  • ‘Symbiotic or Parasitic? - Art, Science and Industry Collaborations’, Experimenta’s New Visions Forum, Melbourne, 12 September 2002

  • ‘Semi-Living Entities on Pedestals’, Dead or Alive, Galerija Kapelica, Slovenia 18th June – 07th July 2002.

  • “How far is too far?” Keynote Speech, Arc Art 02, Art on the Edge Reflections upon Extreme (Media) Art Practices Tromsø, Norway January 26th-27th, 2002

  • ‘Emerson Collage Boston USA, October 31st 2001

  • Fashioning the Future, Science Technology and Visions of Progress, 4S Conference 2001, Society for Social Study of Science, MIT, Boston USA, November 1st 2001

  • Technology & Self Meeting (Professor Sherry Turkle), MIT Society Technology and Science Programme Boston USA, November 5th 2001

  • Department of Art & Technology, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago USA, November 7th 2001.

  • Department of Conceptual Information Arts, SFSU SF USA, November 9th 2001.

  • San Francisco Exploratorium USA, November 12th 2001.

  • ‘SymbioticA’ Ars Electronica, ‘Takeover Symposium’, Linz, Austria, September 2001.

  • New York University (Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) – The CAT’s MEAOW Lecture Series) 21.3.2001.

  • “Growing Semi –living Sculptures” - Art & Biology Meeting at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Biology Department 19.3.2001

  • “The Tissue Culture & Art Project Talk”, Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University 7.3.2001

  • Art & Expression The Tissue Culture & Art Project- at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Lab, 26.2.2001

  • Introduction To Semi-Living Objects, Program in Science, Technology, and Society Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6.2.2001

  • The Tissue Engineering & Organ Fabrication Laboratory, Presentation at CIMIT, Massachusetts General Hospital 2.1.2001

  • “The Stone Age of Biology – The Transformation of Archeological Relics into the Semi-Living Object of the Future” Theoretical Archeology Group, Oxford University, England, December 2000.

  • ‘Tissue Culture & Architecture” The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago USA, October 2000.

  • ‘The Tissue Culture & Art(ificial) Womb’ Ars Electronica, ‘The Next Sex’ Symposium, Linz, Austria, September 2000.

  • ‘Growing Things: The Cultures of Nano Tech, Bio Tech, and Eco Tech Meat Art’. Banff, Canada, June 2000.

  • ‘The Stone Age of Biology’ part of Perth International Arts Festival 2000, Scitech Discovery Centre, February 2000.

  • ‘The Tissue Culture & Art Project – The Talk’ at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology – The Media Lab, Boston, USA, April 1999.

  • ‘Anamorphosis’ Australian Network for Art and Technology, National Summer School in Art and Science, Sydney January 1999.

  • ‘Viruses and Mutations’ Cultural Symposium, Melbourne 1998. Part of the Melbourne International Festival 1998.

 

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