A Kiss Of Art: Guy Ben-Ary & Stuart Bunt & Aron Catts & Phil Gamblen (Meart Project)
Rat neurons in Atlanta, USA operating a robotic arm in Perth Australia mimicking the "artistic process" of drawing a portrait. Guy Ben-Ary - Born and educated in Law in Israel before moving to Australia where he became director of the Image Analysis and Acquisition Facility (IAAF) at the Institute for Anatomy and Human Biology at the University of Western Australia. Steve Potter - Assistant Professor in the Laboratory for NeuroEngineering. This is a collective research unit within the Department of Biomedical Engineering shared between Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology. Philip Gamblen - Kinetic Artist. Oron Catts - Artist and curator, Artistic Director and co-founder of SymbioticAThe Art and Science Collaborative Research Laboratory, School of Anatomy and Human biology, University of Western Australia. Founder of the Tissue Culture and Art Project (1996). STUART BUNT After training as a Zoologist at Oxford, Stuart was the photographer for a number of expeditions to the Andes, the Seychelles and the farflung corners of Europe. Settling down to research in the U.S.A., Stuart started unique work on the regeneration of the spinal cord, work that continues to this day.