annabel CASTROmeagher | | digital arts & experimental media
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Drosophila is an installation meant to transform its visitors in an ephemeral and accidental micro-community, where each one affects the collective environment through touching or not-touching a sphere. A group of seven visitors can orchestrate in real time the sonorous and visual environment of the installation. Each sphere, while touching it, detonates a certain type of visual and audio components.

Drosophila is a genus of small flies about three millimeters long. It has been used as a model organism in genetic research for almost a hundred years. Its life cycle lasts approximately two weeks and it contains four pares of chromosomes. One of them is very small and it’s rarely mentioned.



Laboratorio Arte Alameda
International festival on video and electronic art
Transito_MX 02, Mexico City 2007

Abel Arellano | Christian Camacho | Annabel Castro | Mauricio Colín | Jorge Hauss Eduardo Meléndez | Juan José Rivas | Rodrigo Treviño-Frenk | Ricardo Velasco

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