Discover the Paradigm Shift of Biodesign at the Venice Biennale 2023
In a world constantly seeking innovative solutions to today’s challenges, the field of biodesign has emerged as a revolutionary paradigm shift. At Mogu, we believe that understanding and embracing biodesign is not only a way to explore new frontiers of science but also an avenue towards decolonizing traditional scientific methods.
We invite you to delve into a thought-provoking article by Ariel Sophia Bardi, featured on Proto.life, where she explores the transformative power of biodesign through the lens of Maurizio Montalti about the the project Museum of Symbiosis during the Venice Biennale 2023 by Faber Futures.
Unveiling Life’s Diversity
At the heart of this immersive exhibition is Maurizio Montalti’s captivating exploration of the 17th-century microscope’s fundamental and controversial historical role. This microscope, a symbol of scientific progress, offers us a unique perspective into the intricate web of life surrounding us. It reveals the astounding diversity of life forms that often go unnoticed in our busy lives.
Unlocking Insights into Our Biological Future
As we contemplate the significance of installation, it beckons us to ponder the profound implications for our biological future. What does this mushroom-based masterpiece at the Venice Biennale tell us about our relationship with the natural world and the potential for a more harmonious coexistence?
To find the answers and gain deeper insights into the world of biodesign and its transformative power, we invite you to read the full article by Ariel Sophia Bardi on Proto.life. Discover how the fusion of art, science, and history at the Venice Biennale 2023 challenges our perceptions and beckons us to embark on a journey towards a more sustainable and interconnected future.
If you want to know what does this installation tell us about our biological future read the full article below:
If you have not yet had the chance to visit the exhibition, you can find out more and book your ticket at the link: