It Is Yesterday


Publication/Creation Date
March 16 2017
Creators/Contributors
Alison Hiltner (creator)
Media Type
Video
Persuasive Intent
Art
Description
Alison Hiltner has created a responsive environment that explores the symbiosis between algae and humans. When a visitor breathes into a breathing sensor attached to the plastic polymer vessels that contain the cyanbacteria, their CO2 levels interact with the bacteria through aeration tubes.
HCI Platform
Ingestible
Discursive Type
Inventions
Location on Body
Mouth
Technology Keywords
Aeration Tubes, Breathing Sensors
Marketing Keywords
Source
https://new.artsmia.org/exhibition/maep-alison-hiltner-2/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoAK1oQ6lSk

Date archived
December 6 2019
Last edited
January 13 2020
How to cite this entry
Alison Hiltner. (March 16 2017). "It Is Yesterday". Minneapolis Institute of Art. Minneapolis Institute of Art. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/index.php/Detail/objects/4129