Discover one of the latest art trends in all its beauty! We will discuss what sets BioArt apart, why we call it a different art, not a medium, and where it stands in terms of science, ethics, and modern art. Plus, some pro tips for your own BioArt works:)
Who is this course for?
Artistic people and art industry workers
Artists, art historians: whether you’re interested in the theory or practice of art, with this course you’ll open up new opportunities for yourself. Learn more about the latest trends in art!
Interdisciplinary art enthusiasts
If you love art, you most likely don’t limit yourself to one art form. This course will boost your knowledge.
Art students
With this course, you will be able to find new inspiration sources and even develop your own style. We will help you find new ways of improving your art.
About this course
The course will help you understand:
  • 12.5 hours
Course program
6,5 hours of video content and 6 hours of practice
Each new block will be released every 2 weeks
Course Intro
To help you get on board quickly and easily, we will describe what the course consists of and how the learning process will go.
A Glance Iinto the BioArt world
We will talk about how BioArt has emerged and developed, and what we understand by it. We will also touch upon various techniques, materials, and methods of BioArt.
  • Let’s Talk About BioArt
  • Brief History of BioArt I
  • Brief History of BioArt II
  • Biomedia
  • Biological Media
  • Media of Biology
Bacteria and DNA as an Art Medium
Learn about the science behind BioArt: what artists do with DNA and how they use bacteria and viruses in their masterpieces. “Viruses, you say, – is it safe?” You will find out all the details!
  • Collaborating With Bacteria
  • Genes and DNA Modification in Art
  • Exhibition Case: Bacteria
  • Exhibition Cases: Virus
Genetic and Tissue Engineering
We will talk about the art of cells and tissues—even those of humans—and how artists use them in their works. You will see artists as creators of life and beauty.
  • Redefining: Life, Monstrosity, and Chimeras
  • Living Systems as Artworks
  • Caring for Others
Animals and Plants in Museums
Can we create living organisms for decorative purposes? What about parts of a sentient being? BioArt raises many tricky questions but we will try to find answers to all of them.
  • Making Kin
  • Animals and Ethics
  • Plants Subjectivity
  • Them and Us
Where Does “Bio” Begin and Where Does It End?
We will try to distinguish between using natural objects as tools and using scientific innovation to create art. This will lead to a discussion on how artists are changing the nature of the Earth and beyond.
  • BioArt as Science Art? 
  • Ecology and Art
  • Space and Possibilities
  • Queering Nature
May the Art Be With You
After getting to know BioArt, you may be wondering where to find it, and - we will help you! You will discover all the whats and wheres, plus some info on Biodesign and how the two are different.
  • Museums and Resources
  • DIY and Biohacking
  • Biodesign
  • The Glowing Rabbit
Laura Rodriguez
Artist and Curator
Laura is deeply involved in BioArt, – both theoretically and practically. Apart from being a university professor and lecturer at Art ofr Introvert she is also a BioArt artist With her art, Laura promotes scientific development through philosophical messages of coexistence and empathy among all species.
Who created this course
Laura believes the purpose of her artistic and scientific work is to amaze people by seeing how her students acquire knowledge useful for their professional or even daily life, as well as create, analyze, and understand the world from an artistic perspective.
As an artist, I explore the impact of technology on culture and identity.
Sign up and get a 20% discount
Video course with a discount costs $39.99 USD $49.99 USD
After completing the course, you will get a certificate.
It confirms that you have completed the entire course program.
Are there any limits to this course?
There are none. Learn at your own pace and wherever you like.
Can I watch the lectures without an internet connection?
Yes, you can download the course to your mobile device via our app and watch it anytime you want.
How is the learning process for this course organized?
After the payment, you will receive an email with access to your personal account. There, you will find video lectures, a list of recommended literature, a workbook and other additional materials, and tests on the studied material. After passing the final test, you will receive a certificate of completion of the course.
Will I get recommendations on other learning sources?
Yes, the course comes with additional study materials (both to read and to watch or listen to), and in the videos, the lecturer will advise on various helpful resources.
Will I get to practice?
Surely! And the lecturer will provide a lot of professional tips that will guide your art explorations and endeavors.
Do I need to have access to the lab for practical tasks?
No, and in fact, you don’t need any professional equipment at all. Everything will be absolutely doable at home.
Do I need to be a professional artist or a biologist to take this course?
No, not at all! Even if you’re by no means related to art or biology and just want to explore a new topic, you’ll find the course exciting and completely understandable.

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