Roscoff; seeing the unseen


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Roscoff project; seeing the unseen, is a bio-art installation which uses simple tools, cheap lens from a laser light and a smartphone camera, to get a better view, understanding and awareness of an unknown but a very special delicate sea worm, who is coexisting with an algae. This fascinating little creature is actually an plantanimal. In juvenile stage worms eat the algae and creates a simbiosis. It can also regenerate its head and have a primitive eyes. Roscoff worm can teach us a lot about climate change and also about self sustainability and coexistence with nature and its importance. The project developed from a BIOBOX workshop (Roscoff worm educational kit – initiation into marine biology), mentored by Robertina Sebjanic. The project tries to encourage the viewer to view things from a new or different perspective in order to broaden our horizons.

“It’s surely our responsibility to do everything within our power to create a planet that provides a home not just for us, but for all life on Earth.”

Sir David Attenborough

Roscoff; seeing the unseen by Miha Godec Bio art  instalation
Roscoff; seeing the unseen by Miha Godec Bio art  instalation

Year: 2017

Technology: Microscopy camera and living organism

Production: Artevida, 

Supported by:The School of Arts University of Nova Gorica