"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.

TMIAA Video Collection

Because Trust Me, I’m an Artist takes place in so many international venues, it’s often difficult to see each unique project in person. So if you were interested in an artwork but couldn’t make the trip to see it in time, we have something for you. The videos from some of the panel discussions from … Continue Reading

Journal Entry: Sleeping Beauties

Annick Bureaud recently published her take on Gina Czarnecki and John Hunt’s Heirloom, a Trust Me, I’m an Artist project that was on display at Medical Museion in May 2016. Annick’s original journal entry is available here in French. The English translation is below. It was with a real sense of impatience that I left … Continue Reading

Journal Entry: A living propeller

Annick Bureaud continues to publish her take on Trust Me, I’m an Artist events-this time, about Howard Boland’s Cellular Propeller project. Annick’s original journal entry is available here in French. The English translation is below. It’s been some time since I’ve updated this journal. Several months have passed since the ethics committee met to discuss … Continue Reading

Cellular Propeller at Transmediale

The following is a guest blog post by Waag Society‘s Open Wetlab intern, Vera Weetzel. The fourth edition of Trust Me, I’m an Artist took place at the Transmediale Festival in Berlin on February 5, 2016. The evening was introduced and moderated by Lucas Evers from Waag Society, and bio-artist, Howard Boland, of the art-science collective … Continue Reading