Megan Erasmus Art

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Featuring artist: Megan Erasmus. Unisa Art Gallery, Masters in Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2015

Unisa Art Gallery, Masters in Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2015

Featuring artist: Megan Erasmus. Unisa Art Gallery, Masters in Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2015

Unisa Art Gallery, Masters in Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2015

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of the artist. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

aping blinking seeing Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of the artist. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Megan Erasmus. aping blinking seeing 2015. Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.

Ethics in Biotechnology and Transgenic Art. Each portrait consists of approximately 50 layered images of chimpanzees used in laboratories for research experiments. Small illuminated and dissolved pieces of these chimpanzees were carefully repurposed to construct an entire new identity, a new species through digital manipulation. Transgenic art methods are applied conceptually in a non-bioart manner. Copyright reserved.


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Unisa Space Art Gallery, Unisa Masters in Visual Arts Exhibition Opening 2015, Featuring artists: Zingisa Nkosinkulu, Megan Erasmus, Bongani Ntombela and Balasubramanian Kanni

Unisa Space Art Gallery, Unisa Masters in Visual Arts Exhibition Opening 2015, Featuring artists: Zingisa Nkosinkulu, Megan Erasmus, Bongani Ntombela and Balasubramanian Kanni

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Featuring artists: Zingisa Nkosinkulu, Unisa Space Art Gallery, Unisa Masters in Visual Arts Exhibition Opening 2015

Featuring artist: Bongani Ntombela. Unisa Art Gallery, Masters in Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2015

Unisa Art Gallery, Masters in Visual Arts Student Exhibition 2015

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