School of Human Ecology and Department of Chemistry bring artist/scientist collaboration to Ruth Davis Design Gallery

crochet art

An exhibition coming to the Ruth Davis Design Gallery in the School of Human Ecology at UW–Madison will make visible the largely invisible world of microbes, inviting viewers to consider non-linguistic interspecies forms of communication, to question human exceptionalism, and to envision healthier relationships with their micro- and macrocosmic fellows. Running from April 29 through June 7, 2020, What Would a Microbe Say? will feature pieces including cultures of people’s skin-surface microbes, crocheted membranes of various human body parts, and a dance performance.

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