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Cell workshop at Medical Museion run by Rod Dillon.
Checking the Cells
Gina and John Hunt checking the cells progress.
A fine layer of skin growing on the glass face casts - the first signs that the Heirloom experiment is a success! The next step is to...
Heirloom in Copenhagen
This artwork is fundamentally about making, and being able to make ourselves and the potential impact of innovation on personal identity....
Face Lab Scans
Scanning faces of all the Heirloom team with the help of Face Lab at Liverpool John Moores University.
3D Printing Faces
3D printing faces at DoES Liverpool. As part of the Heirloom exhibition - we will be scanning and 3D printing visitor's faces to grow the...
Kombucha Slime Mould
Growing Kombucha slime mould with Dr Rod Dillon of Lancaster University. This mould has been used by fashion designers to create...
The idea that the human is a genetically perfectible artefact is eugenic. There is a tension between the idea of the human body existing...
On Infected - The Lumiere Reader NZ
New media artwork is hard to categorise, says artist Gina Czarnecki, particularly on a funding application form. Influenced by eugenic...
Join Liverpool LASER for their inaugural event - The art and science of facial identity. LJMU Tomorr
On our collaboration
John Fryer’s Black Needle Noise project releases ‘SyStem Bi’ with Senegal’s Fakeba + video by Gina C
I TOO in Madrid 'October Moon'
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