Suzanne Anker – Interview with CLOT Magazine

‘Art is involved in social critique, and can employ a hyperbole to augment a visual argument, bringing to the fore how science is received by the lay community. It can be a vehicle for understanding scientific issues as well as a challenge to what the culture at large understands about genetic engineering, synthetic biology, and transgenics to name a few current practices.  To make an image, fabricate an object or formulate an idea aids to understanding complex speculations and processes.’

(http://www.clotmag.com/suzanne-anker)

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