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microbes exchanging genetic information through a connecting tube
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 Member ID: douglas
 Name: Douglas Parsons
 Age: 30
 Gender: male
 Registration date: 2001-05-13 14:43
 Zone: 4
 Country: Switzerland
 Project: Refrigerator biology/anthropology/archeology

REFRIGERATOR BIOLOGY/ANTHROPOLOGY/ARCHEOLOGY-----Tupperware party for microbes, Anarchic Meeting of Bacteria, Host/parasite relationships, Occupation, Hostile Leftovers, Organic Decomposition & Recomposition.------- I propose that before the exhibition I prepare a variety of "dishes" in an improvised kitchen in the container, which are then left as hosts for a rich and colorful variety of molds, fungi, bacteria, algae, viruses, and microbes to grow during the duration of the exhibition-- basically have a Tupperware Party in which they may freely occupy the space, communicate and exchange genetic information for their own evolution and defense.----- The fungi-meeting would be mediated by way of macro-video cameras, time-lapse cameras, and possibly video-microscope, in order to observe the progress of their growth and inter-action.------ Douglas Parsons---- Lausanne, avril 2001