Alison Hiltner's "It Was Tomorrow" Art Project Uses Algae Research Supply Spirulina

Congratulations on an amazing art project by our costomer Alison Hiltner!  She has bridged art and biology with her display now featured at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.  Her project is called "It Is Yesterday".  

"When a viewer blows into this apparatus, there's a CO2 sensor that collects data from their breath, and then interprets that data through an Arduino that then turns on and off the aeration pumps," -Hiltner 

Minnesota Public Radio Report

Alison Hiltner's Website

Great work, Alison!

 

 




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