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  • Oliver Grau, "Lebendige Bilder schaffen. Virtuelle Realität, Artificial Life und Transgenic Art", in Dschungel. Sammeln, Ordnen, Bewahren. 7 Hügel. Von der Vielfalt des Lebens zur Kultur der Natur, eds. B.-M. Baumunk and J. Joerges, Berlin: Henschel, 2000, pp 47-53. (German)
  • Kunstforum International 157: "Klone und Mutanten. Transgene Kunst I", Nov-Dec 2001. [2] (German)
  • Kunstforum International 158: "Der erfundene Zwilling. Transgene Kunst II", Jan-Mar 2002. [3] (German)
  • Suzanne Anker, Dorothy Nelkin, The Molecular Gaze: Art in the Genetic Age, Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2004.
  • Eduardo Kac, Telepresence and Bio Art: Networking Humans, Rabbits and Robots, forew. James Elkins, University of Michigan Press, 2005, 311 pp.
  • Jens Hauser, "Bio Art: Taxonomy of an Etymological Monster", in Hybrid: Living in a Paradox (Ars Electronica 2005), eds. Gerfried Stocker and Christiane Schöpf, Ostfildern-Ruit, Hatje Cantz, 2005, pp 181-192.
  • Inter 94: "L'art biotech et le posthumain", Fall 2006. (French)
  • Eduardo Kac (ed.), Signs of Life: Bio Art and Beyond, MIT Press, 2007, 420 pp.
  • Beatriz da Costa, Kavita Philip (eds.), Tactical Biopolitics: Art, Activism, and Technoscience, MIT Press, 2008, 504 pp.
  • Melentie Pandilovski, Art in the Biotech Era, Experimental Art Foundation, 2008.
  • Ingeborg Reichle, Art in the Age of Technoscience: Genetic Engineering, Robotics, and Artificial Life in Contemporary Art, pref. Robert Zwijnenberg, trans. Gloria Custance, Vienna: Springer, 2009, xxix+422 pp. TOC & Preface, Illustrations. [4]
  • Dmitry Bulatov (ed.), Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age (Part 1: Practice), Kaliningrad: National Centre for Contemporary Arts, 2009.
  • Arch-ive, an open source digital platform that aggregates, preserves, publishes, distributes and contextualizes a variety of information, knowledge and documentation on art with a focus on biomedia. Project by Hangar. [9]

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DIY biology

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