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Hybrid Labratory at the Intersection of Art, Science and Ecology



Research
Education
Exhibition

About us

INCUBATOR art lab at the Intersection of Art, Science and Ecology is a physical and theoretical hub, a new art/science laboratory at The University of Windsor. Founded in 2009, it functions both as an apparatus in which environmental conditions can be controlled towards the assisted growth of life, but also as a site supporting the development of new ideas and artistic practices.

Teaching

INCUBATOR art lab supports undergraduate and Masters of Fine Arts candidates through engaged bioart exploration beyond the classroom, studio and into the lab. The undergraduate course, BioArt: Contemporary Art and the Life Sciences lead by Dr. Jennifer Willet is offered year-round targets students of all disciplines and backgrounds regardless of arts experience. The MFA Bioart is a two-year program geared towards creative exploration, experimentation and the development of a sustainable artistic practice.

Projects

INCUBATOR art lab generates and hosts a variety of workshops, events, artworks, exhibitions, and research within its space. Outputs profiled are created by INCUBATOR art lab Founder and Director Dr. Jennifer Willet, in addition to collaborative projects with students, lab members and guest artists/curators. Many of these projects created within INCUBATOR art lab have been exhibited locally, across Canada and internationally.

About us

INCUBATOR art lab at the Intersection of Art, Science and Ecology is a physical and theoretical hub, a new art/science laboratory at The University of Windsor. Founded in 2009, it functions both as an apparatus in which environmental conditions can be controlled towards the assisted growth of life, but also as a site that supports the development of new ideas and artistic practices.

Teaching

INCUBATOR art lab supports undergraduate and Masters of Fine Arts candidates through engaged bioart exploration beyond the classroom, studio and into the lab. The undergraduate course, BioArt: Contemporary Art and the Life Sciences lead by Dr. Jennifer Willet is offered year-round targets students of all disciplines and backgrounds regardless of arts experience. The MFA Bioart is a two-year program geared towards creative exploration, experimentation and the development of a sustainable artistic practice.

Projects

INCUBATOR art lab generates and hosts a variety of workshops, events, artworks, exhibitions, and research within its space. Outputs profiled are created by INCUBATOR art lab Founder and Director Dr. Jennifer Willet, in addition to collaborative projects with students, lab members and guest artists/curators. Many of these projects created within INCUBATOR art lab have been exhibited locally, across Canada and internationally.