Shane Hope

Junk DNA Sculptural Ontogenesis

2009

Archival pigment print

48" x 48" (122 x 122cm)

Junk sculpture – three-dimensional art made from discarded material junk DNA – a region of DNA that usually consists of a repeating DNA sequence, does not code for protein, and has no known function ontogenesis – the development or course of development especially of an individual organism
In this print can be seen: a human developing into a puffy cloud of utility fog; a fishing lure, a shell craft and a junk sculpture each developing from an embryonic stage; faces with buckyballs for eyes; a head growing up in a flowerpot; a sheet of graphite hacked to visualize instead like a logic board; molecular string(theory)art; viable synthetic molecular machine parts; stretched DNA origami; molecular structures tweaked with scripted hacks; and more…

Shane Hope

Junk DNA Sculptural Ontogenesis

Junk DNA Sculptural Ontogenesis

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