These are the winning projects proposed by 3 collaborating teams of artists/designers and scientists of the eleventh international Bio Art & Design (BAD) Award, which were selected last week in Eindhoven. They each receive €25.000 to develop their proposal and create an installation that will be exhibited at the end of this year at MU Hybrid Art House.
The yearly Bio Art & Design (BAD) Award aims to stimulate emerging designers and artists to delve into the world of bio art and design, and produce new multidisciplinary work. This can encompass numerous fields - from sustainability, food and health, to biotechnology, horticulture, and agriculture, from new materials to ethics and from molecules to the universe and every bio entity in-between, natural and synthetic. As of 2022, the BAD Award is made possible and will be supported by an all Eindhoven based collaborative consortium of cultural partners: BioArt Laboratories, Dutch Design Foundation, MU Hybrid Art House, and Next Nature. Educational partner is Sint Joost School of Art & Design.