Veit Laurent Kurz, Herba-4 Sculpture #2 of 3 (Parasyte Series), 2015Image: Artist/ Johan Berggren GALLERY Veit Laurent Kurz, Herba-4 Sculpture #2 of 3 (Parasyte Series), 2015
Image: Artist/ Johan Berggren
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This year, the exhibition titled Mutations explores the relationship between technology, nature and humans. Twelve emerging artist have been asked to display their works on New York's High Line gardens.

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Works will be on display from April until March 2018. Artists include Texas-based Larry Bamburg, Moscow-born Alisa Baremboym, Canadian Sascha Braunig, Beijing-based Guan Xiao amongst other artists from around the world.

Artists have been selected as their works address the question: as technology becomes more invisible and genetic engineering more conceivable, how do the delineations between nature and culture shift and transform?

Much-debated stem cell research, synthetic prosthesis and other such scientific topics which blur the lines between nature, science and technology will all be explored.

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