September 19, 2019
The goal of this workshop is for participants to cultivate samples of yeast from their local environment – to grow these samples over a few days at home – allowing participants to see for themselves organisms that are usually not visible to the naked eye. This lab serves to remind us that our civic environment is a complex ecology teeming with life in many forms.
September 18, 2019
An Art/Science Cabaret hosted by INCUBATOR lab, EPICentre and the School of Creative Arts at the University of Windsor.
September 17, 2019
INCUBATOR Lab invites students of the School of Creative Arts to pop by the lab for lunch, a free haircut by staff from Parlor Salon, and bioart workshop using hair as an artistic medium.
September 15, 2019
INCUBATOR Lab welcomes the Toronto Technoscience Salon to Windsor for a round table discussion, and a one-day workshop on bioart in post-industrial ecologies. Drawing participants from multiple universities as well as artistic and technical communities, the Toronto Technoscience Salon prompts playful and experimental engagements with the politics and practices of technoscience.
September 13, 2019
Science, Art and Ecology intersect in the Ontario Science Centre’s !dea Gallery from October 5, 2013 to February 2, 2014 during an innovative exhibition showcasing the work of thirteen Bioart students from the University of Windsor’s Incubator Lab. Founded by Dr. Jennifer Willet in 2009, Incubator is a hybrid laboratory where students research and explore ideas and practices in the leading-edge field of bioart. An art installation in its own right, the exhibition will form a panoramic view of the laboratory as the background for the art works of the students.
September 12, 2019
The ECO NUIT PARADE is a co production between the !dea Gallery at the Ontario Science Centre and INCUBATOR Laboratory in the School for Arts and Creative Innovation at the University of Windsor, Canada. Dr. Jennifer Willet, in collaboration with Ana Klasnja have invited a variety artists, musicians, and students to produce portable illuminated artworks investigating the complex social, technological, and environmental ecology of contemporary life in Toronto.