A short excerpt.
This 3-channel video projection (here edited into 1 video) shows material created during a research stay at UCG in Bristol. It shows the cytoplasmic streaming inside the slime mold physarum polycephalum, a giant acellular-amorphous-yellowish cell of protoplasmic tubes. The streaming controls the growth and movement of the "many-headed" protozoa. These images are complemented by cut-up texts from Rebecca Horn, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari and Michel Serres.
The microscopic videos were edited to the electric recordings of slime mold growing on a MEA. Changes in the readings were translated into beats which were used for automated editing.
This works was realized with the financial support of the Frauenförderfond/Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and subnet.at. Special thanks to the International Center for Unconventional Computing (UCG), UWE Bristol (UK).
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