Now picking up the experiments of recording plant roots ticking. More coming soon….
–These are some experiments from 2017. INVESTIGATIONS/INSTALLATIONS Arising from the initial research we performed on the ultrasonic acoustic emissions – and hence possible communication – in plant roots, that materialized in the video-work Dialogue with 02.205, (reference1) we (Laura Beloff & Christian Brems) decided to continue this exploration. This now with the overarching goal of creating a form of live installation where the roots acoustic […]
Download PDF A personal memoir – The text is written by Laura Beloff in May 2018 based on memories from the time (2007-2010) and few registered facts. The text has been further commented, corrected and edited by Anu Osva. This is our contribution to the 10-year Anniversary of the Bioart Society in Finland. Typically, successful […]
The version: Fly Printer – Extended was realized within the Hybrid Matters project. Here is a link to the Hybrid Matters site where you can read the whole process. The Fly Printer – Extended contains biological organisms -fruit flies- that are treated in the work as image producing technology, but additionally it includes intelligent system […]
This is a version titled: Fly Printer – Danish Crown by Beloff 2015. The new form was developed that addressed specifically the Danish culture through the use of Danish design coffeepot parts (originally Santos coffeepot, later Bodum), which were assembled together to form the habitat for the flies. The habitat begun resembling the emblematic Danish […]
The Fly Printer; Prototype No. 3 by Laura Beloff & María Antonia González Valerio, 2014; glass sphere, yeast + jet printer inks, paper, fruitflies. The Fly Printer; Prototype No. 3 is a printing apparatus in a form of a closed environment, a glass sphere, that contains a flock of fruit flies. The flies eat special […]
May 15th 2015. > Fly printer – new version is developing. Some food and habitat tests are done. This is a test version constructed from Danish design classic coffeepot Santos. (It seems that the eppendorf tubes are too small for long-term food delivery due to food drying and not having enough time to produce more […]