Research: Interactive Installations
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.