Austria: Behind the scenes of life sciences – impressions I
I am absolutely delighted about how open most bioscientists are in supporting my project. They take the time to guide me through their offices, training spaces and labs and share the content and enthousiasm for their work although I can still not give any details about the outcome of mine. But I am getting more and more aware that the constitutive character of evolution theory for our understanding of the living nature that surrounds us is impressively reflected in the diversity of biosciences and their research methods.
synchronizing bushcricket Mecopoda elongata
specific protein synthesis in DNA manipulated yeast cells
from blastula to gastrula in early ontogenesis (sea urchin)
practical training space zoology
creative chaos - a scientific example
PS: I was just accepted by Kone Foundation for a stay at the Saari Residence in Finland in January and February 2014 to further evaluate and implement the knowledge and footage collected for my project on biosciences in Graz.
About Rona Rangsch
Rona Rangsch studied physics at the Universities of Cologne and Saarbrücken where she graduated in 1996. After scientific research activities at several renowned institutions she made physics her hobby to start a carreer as a media artist. She was trained in multimedia design at ca-medien.colleg Essen and attended Kunstakademie Düsseldorf as a guest student. Rona was awarded a number of international residency and research grants. Besides exhibiting her own work in Germany and abroad she co-curates the exhibition and residency programs of Künstlerhaus Dortmund where she is a member since 2003. (www.rangsch.de)