Taste of Flesh / Bite Me I’m Yours, a striking performance by Martin O’Brien, took place on April 18, 2015 at the Arts Catalyst in London. If you would like to know more about the performance itself, Annick Bureaud has written a diary entry about the event.
The following is a translation of a diary entry by Annick Bureaud on Taste of Flesh / Bite Me I’m Yours, a performance by Martin O’Brien, that took place on April 18, 2015 in London. If you would like to read more, the rest of the entry is available in French on the OLATS website. … Continue Reading
Introducing a new diary (in French) from Annick Bureaud about her involvements in Trust Me, I’m an Artist. Annick Bureaud is an independent art critic, curator and event organiser, researcher and teacher in art and technosciences. She is the director of Trust Me partner Leonardo/Olats, European sister organisation to Leonardo/Isast. In her diary, Bureaud aims … Continue Reading
We are excited to announce the first new “Trust Me, I’m an Artist: Developing Ethical Frameworks for Artists, Cultural Institutions and Audiences Engaged in the Challenges of Creating and Experiencing New Art Forms in Biotechnology and Biomedicine in Europe” event will be led by The Arts Catalyst. A new peformance work by Martin O’Brien, to … Continue Reading
This book investigates new ethical issues arising through art and science collaboration and considers the roles and responsibilities of the artists, scientists and institutions involved. The projects decribed raise interesting questions for science ethics committees and help to reveal the mechanisms that drive this usually hidden process, enabling readers to understand the driving forces behind … Continue Reading