Science Inspires Art: Biodiversity/Extinction

 

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View the artworks of 23 artists who were selected from more than 100 entrants from around the world for this year’s science-inspired exhibition about biodiversity and extinction. The co-jurors for this exhibition were Elizabeth Corr, manager of art partnerships at the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Paula J. Ehrlich, president & CEO of the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation. This exhibition is the 17th International Art-Science Juried Exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI).

Artists in this year’s show include:

Hetty Baiz
Rhino, 2011
American Bison
California Condor

Elizabeth Bajbor
Life

Carla Bengtson and Peter Wetherwax
Teaching Aid

Bec Bigg-Wither 
I’d Kill To Be Like You – Air

Don Cooper 
Will You Help?
Don’t Walk On Water

Donna Davis
Life Support

Gina Duque 
Pinacea (Pine Needle)
Nemesia (Annual Flower)
Papaver Somnifer (Opium flower)

Michael Felber 
Grandfather
Honeybee

Jon Goldman
800 Pound Gorilla
Horny As A Rhinoceros
We Are The Walrus

Angela Gonzalez
BIOS – Basic Input Output System

Jaden J. A. Hastings
On the Subjugation of Nature – Delhi

Joseph Ingoldsby
The Last Migration
In Memoriam

Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger
Life I

Jennifer Kim Sohn
The Lost Tribe
Toxic Habits

Beth Krensky
Portable Altar
Wish

J.M. Landin
Carapace Cornucopia

Lee Lee
DEBRIS: Alewives
DEBRIS: Filter Feeders

Dash Masland
It’s a Microbial Matter

Leila Nadir and Cary Peppermint
Microbial Selfie: Yellow Beet Kvass
Microbial Selfie: Red Cabbage Kraut
Microbial Selfie: Kim Chi

Yoko Shimizu
Underwater Efflorescence #1

Lauren Strohacker
Encounter
NO(w)HERE

Lauren Strohacker with Kendra Sollars
Animal Land

Ashley Williams
Sentient: Sleep And Its Consequences

Jon Wyatt
Port Talbot Steelworks & Kenfig Dunes, South Wales
Waterlogged Fields, Monkton, South Wales

 

Image: The Last Migration by Joseph Ingoldsby

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