Talk: Reciprocal Biomimicry with Jonathon Keats
In this informal presentation, artist and "experimental philosopher" Jonathon Keats discusses the potential for adaptation of human technologies to address key problems faced by other species, using an approach he calls reciprocal biomimicry. He shows models and prototypes including space suits for crustaceans and GPS for birds.
LACMA, Art + Technology Lab, Art of the Americas Building | 1–4 pm
Free and open to the public
Note: Talk takes place 1–2 pm; drop-in session takes place 2–4 pm
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Image: Jonathon Keats, Mollusk Spacesuit (Experimental Prototype for the Reciprocal Biomimicry Initiative), 2014, image: Jonathon Keats