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Research: Interactive Installations

Ecce Homology

Fowler Museum of Cultural History and the Hammer Museum, 2003.

Ecce Homology was an immersive interactive visualization of genomics data based on Chinese calligraphy. It was created through a unique collaboration between media artists, computer scientists, molecular biologists and bioinformaticists. The piece visualized the operation of a working version of Basic Local Alignment Search Tool commonly used in bioinformatics. Funded by Intel, UCLA, and others.

Collaborators: Ruth West, Jeff Burke, Eitan Mendelowitz, Tom Holton, Cheryl Kerfeld, JP Lewis, Ethan Drucker, Weihong Yan, Steve Lamont, Loren McQuade.

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