'All You Can Feel', 2013
Various drugs exposed to film negatives. The resulting chemical reactions were greatly magnified.
Human heart clarified and injected with cinnabar to display blood vessels.Prof Jas Mundie
John Grade’s Capacitor, 2013, is a site-specific installation which reacts to the climate of the site it inhabits. The sculpture slowly opens and closes as well as changes internal light intensity via a controller powering a mechanical transmission wired to sensor feeds on the roof of the museum.
Photography from an anatomical museum
Simon Park, ‘Bee Jewelled’, 2013
Simon Park transformed found dead bees into crystals by immersing them in a supersaturated solution of copper sulphate.
Coronado Feeders, Dalhart, Texas (2013)
US feedlots photographed by satellites orbiting Earth
Replicants: A triptych of 3D prints, 2013
"Each print was created using a different app / software. I interfered with the software as little as possible, comparing the digital attempts at replicating reality. The result is then 3D printed, bringing the digital simulacrums into the physical world."
- Lorna Barnshaw
Hamtoast - ‘Bubbles’, 2013
Hamtoast’s instructions on how to replicate these images at home:
Take a clear glass filled with water.
Mix in olive oil and food coloring.
Create bubbles by stirring with a spoon.
Hamtoast used a Canon 7D camera and sunlight for these images.
Set of Phrenological heads - Manchester, England 1831.
Phrenology originated with Franz Joseph Gall (1758-1828), a German physician,
assisted by his colleague Johann Kaspar Spurzheim (1809-1872).
Opening June 21st, 2013, Tomas Saraceno’s large scale installation ‘In Orbit’ is suspended at a height of 20 meters, high above the piazza of the K21 standhaus in Dusseldorf.