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Design for Living Systems

The work of “Design for Living Systems,” was made possible through the 2022 Center for Art Research (CFAR) Project Incubator (CPI), a partnership between the University of Oregon (UO) Center for Art Research and the Phil and Penny Knight Campus for Accelerating Scientific Impact. The program affords artists the opportunity to explore and conceptualize new work as a part of a vibrant, interdisciplinary research community that is supported by cutting-edge facilities and technical staff.

The rapid prototyping required for this research was made possible through collaborations with the Technical Sciences Administration (TSA lab) at the Knight Campus and the lab’s manager, Kazi Rafizullah. These pieces were additively manufactured using Stereolithography and Selective Laser Sintering capabilities of the Formlabs Form-3 and Fuse 3D-Printers. These printers enable the fabrication of complex organic geometries using functional material.