Please note: The Fabrication Lab will be closed on ANZAC day, Wednesday 25th April.

Svenja Kratz

The art of Svenja Kratz Bioartist, The Edge, Brisbane

About Svenja Kratz is a contemporary Australian artist interested in interdisciplinary practice with a focus on cell and tissue cultures. Aside from her work with The Edge as a Fringes Catalyst in 2013, Svenja worked at the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI) at QUT, where she also completed a PhD in bio-media art. …

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Daniel Bartos

Daniel Bartos casting

About Be it a five-month long private research trip in search of yidaki in Arnhem Land or exploring surfing in Central America, Daniel has travelled the world in his pursuit of sounds. While at The Edge Daniel completed a sound residency, whilst completing his PhD at Griffith University and running a multimedia collaboration with FAMU …

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Michelle Xen

Michelle Xen

About Michelle Xen is a vocalist, producer and visual artist, maker of video and sound installations, collector of words, chaser of songs, seamstress of strange shapes, sequins and other experiments with colour. She has a vibrant performance practise, along with her band The Neon Wild, and recently released her debut EP Synaethesiac, recorded while in …

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Team Mischief

Team Mischief, Residents at The Edge Brisbane

About Team Mischief (aka Phil Gullberg and NJ Yilmaz) joined The Edge for a residency during the Gaming programming period in 2012. With a background in digital arts and game development, and training on Hyper Island under his belt, Phil was in charge of the development and game play design for the project. NJ’s qualifications …

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Science Fair

Science fair- liquid nitrogen sorbet demonstrations at The Edge, Brisbane

Science stepped out of the lab and into The Edge for a day of volcanic eruptions and brain explosions. The Context The Edge’s Science Fair marked the end of the Bioscience quarter. Running in late June, 2012, the program provided an excuse for the team to experiment with things like liquid nitrogen sorbet, vege powered …

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Mad Scientist Tea Parties

Mad Scientist Tea Parties

Filling minds with science and mouths with tea, the lab coats were off for this series of scientific talks. The Context The Mad Scientist Tea Party was an excuse for us to get suave about science. Starting as part of our Bioscience period in the first half of 2012, this talk series was established as …

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Cameron Wilson

Dr Cameron Wilson harvests kombucha, The Edge, Brisbane

About Having come to biology from an engineering background, Dr Cameron Wilson had an excellent foundation for communicating science to our non-specialist audiences. Already a poet, musician and medical engineer, he joined The Edge team in 2012 as a Catalyst through the Bioscience programming period, after returning to Brisbane from a four-year stint in Berlin …

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Bioscience

Bioscience program theme- worskshops, exhibitions demonstrations and talks on Science at The Edge, Brisbane

Venture down microscopes and up telescopes into the world of the microscopic and sciency topics. The context The Bioscience period was one of our first concentrated forays into the realm of serious science. This was a pretty big step for the team, and at times could be pretty daunting as we worked to get our …

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Clinton Freeman

Clinton Freeman

About A serial tinkerer and nerd not afraid of the world outside his basement, Clinton Freeman was our DIY Tech Catalyst in 2012. By day he worked as a software engineer for NICTA, devoting his time to projects like OpenSHAPA which helps scientists discover more from their data. By night (or by late afternoon) he …

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Nathen Street

DIY chandelier workshop by Nathen Street, The Edge, Brisbane

About Nathen Street is an emerging new media artist. He works to explore and make the invisible visible, turn the virtual into reality and explore immersive physical environments using custom software and hardware. Aside from his time as a Resident during The Edge’s 2012 DIY Tech programming period, Nathen has worked on projects such as …

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