Ouma_衣滴虫 Chlamydomonas_Acrylic and Pen on wood_75×170×15mm×10_2018
Humans created science to understand nature. Nature is sometimes far beyond our comprehension. We wonder how much we can or should seek to control it.
Ouma_衣滴虫 Chlamydomonas_Acrylic and Pen on Canvas_193×287×15mm×4_2018
From different scientific points of view, Ouma (a veterinary) and Miguel Moreno (a forestry engineer) approach natural uncertainty as a matter of fact, and give us the opportunity to see it as the source of energy that enhances our creativity and plays with the unpredictable, treating natural rules as a most attractive work of art.
Miguel Moreno_Regnum fungi _3D printed biodegradable plastic, agar and mold_2018
Art is not only a human way to express ourselves; nature itself is the greatest work of art, and these two artists show us what we sometimes can’t appreciate with our five senses.
Miguel Moreno_Regnum fungi_3D printed biodegradable plastic, agar and mold_2018
We challenge you to define what’s beautiful in this art laboratory.
Ouma_細胞膜 2018 Cell Membrane 2018_Japanese ink on paper_changeable_2018