"Trust me, I'm an Artist" investigates the new ethical issues arising from art and science collaboration and consider the roles and responsibilities of the artists, scientists and institutions involved.

DIY Trust me, I’m an Artist toolkit is available

The DIY Trust me, I’m an artist (TMIAA) toolkit is now available for download here. With this new toolkit, you can create your own DIY TMIAA event using our successful format for investigating, revealing and debating the ethical issues that arise through the process of collaborations between art and bioscience. The aim of this DIY … Continue Reading

Final symposium of the Trust me, I’m an artist project

Can the arts play a role in understanding the ethical issues arrising from new (bio)technologies? Can ethics be an artform or should art making require ethical approval? “Trust me, I’m an Artist” investigates the new ethical issues arising from art and science collaboration and considers the roles and responsibilities of the artists, scientists and institutions … Continue Reading

Trust me, I’m an artist: Displaying Resistance

As part of the British Science Festival, at Fabrica Gallery Brighton we are pleased to announce “Trust me, I’m an artist: Displaying Resistance”. “Trust Me, I’m an Artist” is an internationally renowned series of events debating the ethical issues that arise when art meets science. Can and should an artist exhibit fragments of wild DNA … Continue Reading

Ethical trilemmas

Trust Me, I’m An Artist is a provocative concept wherein artists explore the ethical limits of upcoming (bio)technologies. New is the fact that they, as is practice for scientists, need to justify themselves for an ethics committee. Prof. Dr. Sabine Roeser was part of such a committee twice. “That experience really made me think.” Last … Continue Reading