BioArt Laboratories is a laboratory at the intersection of Art and Biology, specifically Ecology and the Life Sciences. – The last two decades, developments in these fields have increased dramatically. Developments that provide a wide range of new materials, techniques and applications. BioArt Laboratories is a initiative that aims to make this progress and its implications the collective responsibility of society.

Bioart Laboratories developed a project around experimentation with light by using DIY technology and biological material. An experiment carrying the labels poisonous, high voltage, biohazard and laser hazard: that’s Unexpected Laser Components. Don’t let this scare you, audience safety is ensured. Here you can see with your own eyes what’s the effect of a self-made   Read More …

An evening dedicated to DNA extraction and glowing organisms. While we demystify the story of DNA by extracting ones own DNA with DIY ingredients, part of the TU Delft iGEM team generates a mysterious atmosphere with the help of their glowing bacteria which light up in the dark. A low cost DIY fluorescent scanner is   Read More …

For the Biobased Wunderkammer BioArt Laboratories established a unique collaboration between agriculture, science, industry, art and design. ‘Wunderkammern’ or cabinets of curiosities are regarded as a microcosm or theatre of the world. A concept that originates from Renaissance Europe which displays a collection of artefacts for the public to wander around and get surprised. The   Read More …