By: Yorley Ruiz
In this episode we talk with Colombian new media artist Natalia Rivera, from the art and science collective Mutante (@mutantelab). In this opportunity she talks about the creation process, together with Taiwanese artist Jung Hsu, of the electronic artwork Bi0film.net based on the way bacteria communicate and organize themselves by creating biofilms. This idea won the Prix Ars Electronica in Linz, Austria.
For more details, which complement this episode, about what this work is, you can read this journalistic article written by the director of this podcast What social protest can learn from the organization of bacteria | EL ESPECTADOR
Direction and production: Yorley Ruiz M.
Graphic design: Jose Eljach
Photography and video recording: Javier Gámez
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