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Dominique Baron-Bonarjee
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Physarum Intelligence

Installation at Goldsmiths University on 23/03
Mar 24
ian commented on Dominique Baron-Bonarjee's blog post Slime mould and body intelligence
"It's not a slime mould but in the Japanese theme, Koji Kin is interesting to work with - it generates a shocking amount of heat when it gets going, people find it hard to believe that it's not being externally warmed."
Mar 21
Dominique Baron-Bonarjee posted a blog post

Slime mould and body intelligence

I work with somatic research in a poetic way and have found slime mould's properties to be a source of inspiration in this practice. I did a residency in Japan where mould is plentiful due to the humid and warm climate. The moulds and fungi became my collaborators and so I'm wishing to continue this collaboration with the non-human.See More
Mar 15
Dominique Baron-Bonarjee replied to Heather Barnett's discussion Sourcing Physarum
"Hi there, I'm new the collective and keen to experiment with making my own slime mold. The Sciento link above doesn't work. I'm UK-based and would like to find out where to get a culture kit. Thank you!"
Mar 7
Dominique Baron-Bonarjee is now a member of The Slime Mould Collective
Mar 5

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Dominique Baron-Bonarjee
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I'm an artist and I'm interested in the meaning of intelligence and non-human agents
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Goldsmiths
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dominique.bonarjee@gmail.com

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Slime mould and body intelligence

Posted on March 15, 2018 at 10:55 1 Comment

I work with somatic research in a poetic way and have found slime mould's properties to be a source of inspiration in this practice. I did a residency in Japan where mould is plentiful due to the humid and warm climate. The moulds and fungi became my collaborators and so I'm wishing to continue this collaboration with the non-human.

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