Zohar Kfir created content and collected research for her SEEDS project, “SEED is an interactive video installation showcasing patterns of growth and decay of sprouting processes. Since bio-art works are alive, they are structured around the biological life-circle —germination, birth, offspring, growing up, flourishing and death, using biological organisms as the main medium to examine issues on life and living systems. While the idea of making art with living systems is not new, the degree of control over biological systems and materials contemporary technology offers opens new possibilities for capturing these patterns of growth.”
Please visit Zohars page http://sproutingthoughts.tumblr.com/
Residents and our communities: Zohar led a stop motion and timelapse workshop at the Roxbury Central School computer lab. Covering concepts and techniques for creating stop motion animation and time-lapse movies with the RCS Summer Youth Program.