Funny genetic art for DNA artists

DNA art works for us

Indigenous artists believe that DNA retains the essence of the individual. Because the creativity of DNA art is inseparable from its demonstrated functionality, genetic art is protectable only through patent law, or a full spoon of eccentricity of DNA art.

DNA model

Always make art early in the morning. That way, if it doesn't work out, you haven't wasted a whole day. Artists were caught up in the idea of genetic information being linear and one-dimensional.

DNA art

DNA art is us

DNA is a contemporary icon ("Painting seems innate to human existence").

Purists may argue that artworks are only meant for the hand made artistic pieces, but that way of thinking is as antiquated as the information stored within the Encyclopedias used for research before art online changed it all.

DNA art

The future is not set, there is no fate but what we make for ourselves, it is a hyperbolic statement.

Nature is self regulating in order to maintain balance.

It's not what you see that is art, art is the gap.

Marcel Duchamp

DNA art

Years later, Watson and Crick, like Jacob, dream of climbing and descending, join hands to show how, two by two, we climb the twisting ladder. Pleiotropy is the phenomenon in genetics whereby a DNA variant influences multiple traits. That's kind of the point here.

David Citino, Ladder of life for parallel genetic evolution.

DNA cytosine art

What's cool is that we're a mosaic of pieces of genomes, none of us is truly normal.

In twilight, the familiar becomes strange, distances hard to measure, time and space are collapsed.

mosaic of genomes

Think of all that we have to learn about our past from a reliable source.

All the way to what comes next, and who.

And still there is something new that we can discover.

It’s time to vacate this page. It needs to stop.