Category Archives: Science

Tarsh Bates: in vitero

Excited to be able to get to the first day of this at PICA! Tarsh’s work is intriguing, and beautiful, and I can’t wait to give her a hug too: ‘in vitero is an artistic research project contributing to tarsh’s Master … Continue reading

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A New Style of AIDS Activist

This NY Times article about a new wave of AIDS advocates is really encouraging: ‘Roughly a quarter-century after gay men rose up to demand better access to H.I.V. medicines, a new breed of AIDS advocate is growing up on college … Continue reading

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Cats Understand Physics

Tempy (aka Temptress, Tempon: The Bloody Cat, Template etc), our beloved Kitty often can’t remember what she is doing at her food bowl and wanders off mid-meal. Instead of covering her poop in her litter tray, she scraps and scratches … Continue reading

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Do you know a women-who-shag-women friendly GP?

We’ve all heard the horror stories from our friends, if we haven’t experienced them ourselves — women who shag women being told they are being ‘paranoid’  if they request a STI test, or informed that ‘lesbians can’t get cervical cancer’ … Continue reading

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Hair In Vitro

‘Hair in vitro (2010) is a part of the four-years lasting transdisciplinary research project, within which a team of collaborators cultivate hair in vitro. After getting a human tissue sample with hair from a donor by a plastic surgery, they … Continue reading

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SymbioticA

Way back when I lived in the Far West (Perth) for a while, I spent many a Friday hanging out at UWA at the SymbioticA seminars. For those of you unfamiliar with this artistic laboratory, here’s a little explaining of … Continue reading

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