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CURRENT CURATORIAL PROJECTS
Scientific Research Curator
Arizona State University
BOREDOM RESEARCH, A LONDON-BASED ARTIST DUO, HAS BEEN COMMISSIONED TO CREATE A DIGITAL VISUALIZATION OF CANCER. OPEN NOW AT THE ASU ART MUSEUM. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO: https://asuevents.asu.edu/content/restless-balance-boredomresearch
"ENDLESS FORMS MOST BEAUTIFUL"
A CANCER CACTUS GARDEN
SUSAN BEINER WILL CREATE A CERAMICS PIECE THAT WILL ILLUMINATE CANCER SCIENCE. TO BE BE INSTALLED IN THE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL UNION
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Carlo Maley Lab
Maley and his research team apply evolutionary and ecological theory to three problems in cancer. First, they investigate neoplastic progression: the evolutionary dynamics among cells of a tumor that drive progression from normal tissue to malignant cancers. Second, they examine acquired therapeutic resistance: the evolutionary dynamics by which therapies select for resistance and fail to cure cancer. Third, they look into the evolution of cancer suppression mechanisms in large, long-lived animals such as elephants and whales (a problem called Petos Paradox).
Athena Aktipis Lab
How do we navigate the fundamental tensions between cooperation and conflict that are inherent to social living? The Cooperation and Conflict Lab investigates these process across a variety of systems, from humans food sharing to cooperation in multicellularity and cancer. We use diverse methods including computation modeling, human subjects experiments and fieldwork to explore the decision rules and fundamental principles that shape cooperation across systems.
TRBQ: THE REALLY BIG QUESTIONS
What is romantic love?
Why does music move us?
Who do we tell stories?
In collaboration with SoundVision.
For more information go to: trbq.org and http://www.exploratorium.edu/visit/west-gallery/trbq
"THE CHANGING FACE OF WHAT IS NORMAL"
AN EXHIBITION CHALLENGING NORMALCY
CONTACT ME FOR A DESCRIPTION OF MORE THAN 100 EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS, AND EXPERIENCES
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