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The Eighth Day: The Transgenic Art of Eduardo Kac If There Is No Eighth Day In The Biblical Account Of Things, Perhaps It S Time To Add Another, Now That We Have The Means The Transgenic Art Of Eduardo Kac Does Just That, Raising Often Unanswerable Questions About Ethics, Evolution, Biogenetics, And Animals Rights, To Name But A Few Of The Areas From Which His Work Has Raised Controversy At The Dawn Of The Twenty First Century, Kac Shocked The World, First With A Groundbreaking Net Installation Entitled Genesis, And Then With Alba, His Fluorescent, Genetically Enginered Rabbit From His First Experiments Online In The Mid S To His Current Convergence Of The Digital And The Biological, In The Eighth Day Installation Kac Has Always Investigated The Philosophical And Political Dimensions Of Communication Processes Equally Concerned With The Aesthetic And The Social Aspects Of Verbal And Nonverbal Interaction, Kac Has Examined Linguistic Systems, Dialogic Exchanges And Interspecies Communication, Combining Robotics And Networking To Explore The Fluidity Of Subject Positions In The Postdigital World

About the Author: Edward Lucie-Smith

John Edward McKenzie Lucie Smith, known as Edward Lucie Smith, is an English writer, poet, art critic, curator and broadcaster.Lucie Smith was born in Kingston, Jamaica, moving to the United Kingdom in 1946 He was educated at The King s School, Canterbury, and, after a little time in Paris, he read History at Merton College, Oxford from 1951 to 1954.After serving in the Royal Air Force as an Education Officer and working as a copywriter, he became a full time writer as well as anthologist and photographer He succeeded Philip Hobsbaum in organising The Group, a London centred poets group.At the beginning of the 1980s he conducted several series of interviews, Conversations with Artists, for BBC Radio 3 He is also a regular contributor to The London Magazine, in which he writes art reviews A prolific writer, he has writtenthan one hundred books in total on a variety of subjects, chiefly art history as well as biographies and poetry.In addition he has curated a number of art exhibitions, including three Peter Moores projects at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool the New British Painting 1988 90 and two retrospectives at the New Orleans Museum of Art He is a curator of the Bermondsey Project Space.

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