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Bio Art  

Suzanne Anker

From Anatomical studies to landscape painting to the Biomorphism of Surrealism, the biological realm historically provided a significant resource for numerous artists. More recently, Bio Art became a term referring to intersecting domains that comprise advances in the biological sciences and their incorporation into the plastic arts. Of particular importance in works of Bio Art is to summon awareness of the ways in which the accelerating biomedical sciences alter social, ethical and cultural values in society....


Julie Friedeberger

British painter of German birth. He left Germany in 1938, reaching England in 1939 and Australia in 1940. His first works were in a Surrealist manner, for example Shopping Centre (1942; Canberra, N.G.). From 1944 Friedeberger exhibited with the Contemporary Art Society in Australia. He then studied painting at East Sydney Technical College (...


New Zealander, 20th century, male.

Active from 1944 in the USA.

Born 1901, in Christchurch; died 1980, in New York.

Sculptor, filmmaker.

Kinetic Art.

7&5 Society, English Surrealist Group.

Len Lye travelled to Samoa in 1923, to study the aesthetic use of movement in Oceanian and Pacific art. He settled in London in ...