Johnson and Gattegno Exhibit at Silicon and Skin Conference

Jason K. Johnson (Oberdick Fellow) and Nataly Gattegno (Muschenheim Fellow) exhibited the work of Future Cities Lab ( and presented their interactive installation “Vivisys” at the “Silicon and Skin” ACADIA conference in Minneapolis, MN, October 16-19, 2008. Mr. Johnson also presented recent research from his “Robotic Ecologies” seminar and workshop. “Silicon + Skin: Biological Processes and Computation” fosters design work and research from the worlds of practice and academia which lie at the intersection between design, biology, and computation. Their participation was generously supported by Taubman College.