In recent years, we’ve learned that a significant number of our parts are not even human. The collection of microscopic beings that are an integral part of our biology—known as the microbiome—have only begun to yield new insights into who we are and how we fit in the world. The differences in our individual microbiomes speak of our unique histories and selves while the similarities reveal connections between individuals, across borders and generations. In my work, I explore the microbiome as a subject and as an artistic medium, to explore how it may inform our sense of self creating portraits and landscapes.
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