Artist-in-Residence with an evolutionary biology laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh

Natalie Settles is embarking on a multi-year residency with the Tonsor Laboratory for Plant Evolutionary Genetics, University of Pittsburgh. The artist initiated this residency with the evolutionary biology laboratory as a social sculpture to potentially reshape each other’s practices in art and in science and to create the conditions for new work to emerge that might live with a foot in both the world of art and the field of biology. This builds on her continuing work and practice rebooting the connection between Victorian design and the young science of evolutionary biology into a contemporary context.

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