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Intriguing art form shows mind-controlled sperms

Jun 30, 2017, 8:42 AM EDT
(Source: Iqbal Osman/flickr)
(Source: Iqbal Osman/flickr)

In an attempt to explore how art reacts to the unstoppable, rapid pace of evolution, transdisciplinary artist Ani Liu has crafted a research-based art form, called Mind Controlled Spermatozoa, traversing the intersections of science, culture and emerging technologies.

In the project, Liu uses an EEG headpiece to control the motion of live sperm with the power of her thoughts, writes Entrepreneur.

The artwork seeks to highlight the idea that a cross section of mediums that only exist today can help artists express themselves and ask questions that their predecessors from previous eras couldn’t.

Also, the “mind over matter” approach of this work boosts the view that an artist’s thoughts alone can impact life in a potent way, notes Art City.

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