In this project I produce objects that are able to be part of two worlds. These are objects that seem to be obtained in a lab research. Inspired in the form of Petri dishes I recreate an environment for growing bacterias where actually no bacterias are involved and the aim of the investigation is not to obtain useful information about/for the world, but to produce something beautiful. I try to stay critical with the pictures that "decorate" the scientific research, we believe in what they tell us. I like to think that something such as scientific photography doesn't exist as an independent genre, but it is a part of the so called arts and involved in a system of beliefs.
       
     
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 In this project I produce objects that are able to be part of two worlds. These are objects that seem to be obtained in a lab research. Inspired in the form of Petri dishes I recreate an environment for growing bacterias where actually no bacterias are involved and the aim of the investigation is not to obtain useful information about/for the world, but to produce something beautiful. I try to stay critical with the pictures that "decorate" the scientific research, we believe in what they tell us. I like to think that something such as scientific photography doesn't exist as an independent genre, but it is a part of the so called arts and involved in a system of beliefs.
       
     

In this project I produce objects that are able to be part of two worlds. These are objects that seem to be obtained in a lab research. Inspired in the form of Petri dishes I recreate an environment for growing bacterias where actually no bacterias are involved and the aim of the investigation is not to obtain useful information about/for the world, but to produce something beautiful. I try to stay critical with the pictures that "decorate" the scientific research, we believe in what they tell us. I like to think that something such as scientific photography doesn't exist as an independent genre, but it is a part of the so called arts and involved in a system of beliefs.

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