Is This Tomorrow?

  • Rachel Armstrong (Artist)
  • Cecile B Evans (Artist)
  • Yannis Ieropoulos (Contributor)
  • Ferracina, S. (Contributor)
  • Rolf Hughes (Contributor)
  • Pierangelo Scravaglieri (Contributor)
  • Jiseon You (Contributor)
  • Arjuna Mendis (Contributor)
  • Tom Hall (Contributor)
  • Patrick Brinson (Contributor)
  • Dominik Arni (Contributor)
  • Amal Khalaf (Contributor)
  • Tom Kemp (Contributor)
  • Mati Gavriel (Contributor)
  • Anna Clifford (Contributor)
  • Richard Hards (Contributor)
  • Hady Kamar (Contributor)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesPublic Engagement – Festival/Exhibition

Description

999 years, 13sqm (the future belongs to ghosts)

For the installation by Rachel Armstrong and Cecile B. Evans, I contributed to the design and bioreactor development of the microbial fuel cell-based wall, which powers an interactive display through the metabolism of microorganisms. Accordingly, I am credited as part of the bioengineering team.
Period14 Feb 201912 May 2019
Event typeExhibition
LocationLondon, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational