- 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
- 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.
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.
or Parasitic? - Art, Science and Industry Collaborations’, Experimenta’s
New Visions Forum, Melbourne, 12 September 2002
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,
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.
Ars Electronica, ‘Takeover Symposium’, Linz, Austria, September
- New York University
(Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) – The CAT’s MEAOW
Lecture Series) 21.3.2001.
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,
- ‘The Tissue
Culture & Art(ificial) Womb’ Ars Electronica, ‘The Next
Sex’ Symposium, Linz, Austria, September 2000.
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.
Australian Network for Art and Technology, National Summer School in
Art and Science, Sydney January 1999.
and Mutations’ Cultural Symposium, Melbourne 1998. Part of the
Melbourne International Festival 1998.