LINKS

Institute for Society and Genetics
STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
Exploratorium Museum
Center for PostNatural History
Natalie Settles, artist in a plant lab 


ABOUT

   Amisha Gadani received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon, worked in science education and exhibit development at the Exploratorium Museum in SF, and currently works as artist in resident for this lab and the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics.

   Amisha makes kinetic sculptures, drawings, videos, and interactive wearables that address her fascination with the ocean and the unusual adaptations of it's inhabitants. She is keen to get her hands dirty in the research that inspires her and her artwork and thanks the lab for this sweet gig.

1 animal-inspired artist + 1 evolutionary biology lab for 1 year

Entries in american journal of primatology (1)

Tuesday
May012012

Recently Illustrated Figures

“Clade Age and Species Richness are Decoupled Across the Eukaryotic Tree of Life"
S.Robosky, M.Alfaro, G.Slater 

 


 

“Cebus Phylogenetic Relationships: A Preliminary Reassessment of the Diversity of the Untufted Capuchin Monkeys"
J.Boubli, J. Alfaro et.al