Inspired by Edward Hall’s 1961 notation of intimate (1.5ft), personal (4ft), social (12ft) and public (25ft) spaces in his “Proxemics” diagrams, the visualization portion presents similar diagrams of his concentric circles meant for wall mount (5' diameter prints). Two of such diagrams have been composed - the first, an infographic that maps the petri dishes of the bioartists in concentric circles from the body; the second is a hyper-Penrose Petri Dish that fractures and mirrors as thousands of contagion-filled triangles mutate into new life forms. Each of these diagrams is a montage of microscopic and sub-microscopic images of the everyday environment as experienced by the collaborative team of international bioartists

Hyper-Penrose Petri Dish