http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/17960/1/top-ten-art-meets-biology-innovations Ants are pretty great collaborators for any bioartist. Artist Loren Kronemyer wrote exhortations in pheremones and then let ants flashmob her words, all captured in mesmerising time-lapse. Bio-cybernetic engineer Kuai Shen Auson went a step further, creating an elaboration technological ecosystem where a colony of ants could act as DJs!
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Loren Kronemyer was chased down by reporter Anthony Stewart and interviewed during one of the Mount Force patrols in Perth! “The mysterious Mount Force has been patrolling Perth’s city streets. Part mounted police force / bird of prey / art project. Anthony Stewart cracked the mystery. perthmountforceart #policing“
http://www.clotmag.com/loren-kronemyer “Although I work with living material, I don’t identify myself as a bioartist, and I don’t recognise the difference between science and art anymore. I am not preoccupied with cataloguing their crossovers or explaining their shared history or revelling in the novelty of bridging the two. To me, the differences between practice of art […]
Podcast Part 1 Podcast Part 2 “I work really hard to aspire to geological time scales” LK “We can choose how we enter the future” LK “Inevitability is something we can let go of” LK “Interesting specificity vs boring universality” LK Loren Kronemyer is an internationally exhibiting artist from Los Angeles, California now based in […]
David Zampatti has single out Natural Selection as the standout work of Proximity Festival 2014. He writes: Most striking, and compelling, of all, I was taken back down the evolutionary tree by Loren Kronemyer as I struggled, wordless, bound, bent and maladroit, to escape the trap she had set for me. Read his full review […]
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My work is featured twice in the new issue of Artlink, volume 34 number 3. The first is in Oron Catts’ discussion of SymbioticA, which includes a still from the series MYRIAD. The second is on the back cover, in a promotion of the Masters of Biological Arts program. You can learn more about the issue […]
Better late than never? Behind the jump is a thorough review of recent exhibition Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep by Perth artist and academic Tarsh Bates.
I am debuting my new performance piece Remains Management Services as part of Proximity Festival 2013 at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art next week. Check out this interview I did with Kate Hancock of Performing Lines about the piece, my practice, and the magic of one-on-one art. http://performinglineswa.org.au/2013/10/interview-loren-kronemyer/ INTERVIEW: LOREN KRONEMYER Posted by admin, […]
Collaborator Shannon Williamson and I had the pleasure of being interviewed on RTRfm 92.1 here in Perth fr our show Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep. Give it a listen to get some insight into what we were up to in the sleep lab and leading up to the show. http://rtrfm.com.au/story/some-must-watch-and-some-must-sleep/
Only 3 more sleeps until the opening of Some Must Watch While Some Must Sleep! Tomorrow morning at 10:30 Perth time we will be on the radio to talk about it – you can tune in online at http://www.rtrfm.com.au/ Check out more about the show here, and stay tuned for documentation of the new works. http://www.papermountain.org.au/some-must-watch/