Artwork between art and science by artist Naziha mestaoui, and scientists Douglas Soltis, Pamela Solist, Robert Guralnick
Interactive projection art "One Tree, One Planet: All Life Is One" We’re all related.
University of Florida scientists have teamed up with renowned artists to create two multimedia art pieces inspired by the Tree of Life to premiere at the Florida Museum.
Discover how you are connected to all life forms with which we share our planet, and get inspired with ways you can help protect life on Earth.
The project celebrates Earth’s rich diversity of animals, plants and microbes represented by the Tree of Life, the immense network of relationships that links all living things.
The melody of the elegant music in artist Naziha Mestaoui's "One Tree, One Planet" projection is billions of years old -- and inside each of us.The music is made out of the DNA sequence that we share with every living organism on earth.
Artwork by Naziha Mestaoui
DNA Music Creation: Stephan Haeri and Naziha Mestaoui
Tree of life software: OneZoom, James Rosindell
Software and development: Leila Aït Kaci
Scientists: Douglas Soltis, Pamela Soltis, Robert Guralnick
Florida University, Florida Museum