Latent Figure Protocol

Latent Figure Protocol

Posted On: September 15, 2009
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Latent Figure Protocol, by Paul Vanouse, is a media installation that uses DNA samples to create emergent representational images. The installation includes a live science experiment, the result of which is videotaped and repeated for the duration of the gallery exhibit. Employing a reactive gel and electrical current, Latent Figure Protocol produces images that relate directly to the DNA samples used. Each performance lasts approximately one hour, during which time audience members see the image slowly emerge.

http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~pv28/electart.html

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