Epilogue: Suzanne Anker & Sabine Flach
Figure 93. Suzanne Anker, While Darkness Sleeps, (detail) 2013. Archival inkjet print on paper, 44 x 58 in (111.76 x 147.32 cm). Microscopic image of Botryllus, a marine invertebrate termed a colonial tunicate, sporting a star-shaped structure. ← 186 | 187 → ← 187 | 188 → ← 188 | 189 →
SUZANNE ANKER & SABINE FLACH
Sabine Flach: SVA’s Bio Art Laboratory in your Fine Arts Department at the School of Visual Arts in New York City is quite unique. What was the impetus behind the decision to incorporate a Bio Art Laboratory into your program? There are very few, if any, Bio Art labs in the world that reside in art schools. Obviously, you are at the forefront of this directive. Where would you position your Bio Lab in regard to visual art?
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