• Sequence VR at Imperial College Festival

    Sequence VR at Imperial College Festival

    Sequence VR will be at the Imperial College Festival in London on Sunday, May 7th. This new version – previously shown at Oxford’s Museum of History of Science (pictured) – features synchronised smells to augment the virtual reality experience.

  • Gut Reactions: The Microbiome and Human Nature

  • Mendel’s Legacy: Exploring Bacterial Genomics through Art

    Mendel’s Legacy: Exploring Bacterial Genomics through Art

    Lecture by Anna Dumitriu and Alex May at the Mendel Museum, Brno Saturday, 28th November 2015, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Anna Dumitriu in her current project “Sequence” uses the latest research in whole genome sequencing and the 2.8 million base pairs of DNA from the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria (the non-antibiotic resistant form of the […]

  • Sequence at the V&A

    “Sequence” is currently being exhibited at the V & A Museum in London, as part of the London Design Festival. A new virtual reality experience has been created using an Oculus Rift, and Alex’s Fugio art software, as part of the ongoing Sequence project using the data and footage from the project. It will be […]

  • Data Body As Artifact: ISMAR 2015, Fukuoka, Japan