[Home] [Art Gallery] [Biography] [Curricula Vitae] [Media Coverage] [Media Room] [Radioactive Biohazard] [Living Drawings] [Contact]

Random Samples edited by Constance Holden
Science, July 26, 2002

Yes, This Is Art

It's a sculpture with animal bones and neon called "Red Marrow," and it's by Hunter O'Reilly, an artist with a Ph.D. in genetics who teaches biology and art at the University of Wisconsin, Parkside. An exhibit of her works, containing paintings and digital works "reinterpreting biotechnology as art," opens in September at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Photo Credit: Brian Bednarek


"Red Marrow," animal bones and neon (8 x 16 x 12 in.)
Hunter O'Reilly, Ph.D. and Electric Eye Neon, 2001.

[Home] [Media Coverage] [Science]

Copyright © 2002 Science