An archive of grown material samples, ongoing. 1. Mycelium 2. Scoby -- Symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast -- 3. Bacteria Mycelium: a selection of material samples
Mycelium Oyster; Grown in birdseed; transfered to cardboard Mycelium Oyster; Grown in birdseed; transfered to cotton fabric Mycelium Oyster; Grown in cellulose fiber substrate Grown inside small plastic ball Mycelium Oyster; Grown in plastic container grown into the polyfill filter
Mycelium Oyster; Grown in plastic container grown into the polyfill filter Mycelium Oyster; Grown in malt extract broth Dried Mycelium Reishi; Grown in glucose/ yeast broth Dried Mycelium Reishi; Grown in glucose/ yeast broth Dried (underside)
Mycelium Chicken of the Woods; Grown in honey broth Sample 1 Mycelium Chicken of the Woods; Grown in honey broth Sample 2 Mycelium Reishi; Grown in honey barley extract broth Sample 1 Mycelium Reishi; Grown in honey broth Sample 2
Symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast; cellulose material samples
SCOBY Grown in green tea Undried SCOBY Grown in black tea Dried on wood SCOBY Grown in black tea Dried on wood SCOBY Grown in green tea Dried on wood; oldest sample; deteriorating
SCOBY Grown in green tea Dried on wood SCOBY Grown in green tea with hibiscus Dried on wood SCOBY Grown in green tea with hibiscus Dried with silica SCOBY Grown in green tea Dried ; crystallized
Bacterial Textiles Bacterial paintings printed onto textiles
Serratia Marcescens (red) Green Fluorescent Protein (green) Antibiotic disks to inhibit growth Grown on agar plate; Plate on UV light to view fluorescent protein Serratia Marcescens (red); Blue Fluorescent Protein (blue) Glass were immersed in serratia broth and dotted with tweezers onto plate. Glass beads were immersed in BFP on dotted onto plate and dragged, grown on agar; Printed onto lightweight silk Sterilized in autoclave Blue Fluorescent Protein (blue) Glass beads were immersed in bacterial broth, then swirled onto agar plate to achieve pattern, then grown on agar Printed onto lightweight silk Sterilized in autoclave Green Fluorescent Protein (green) Glass beads immersed in GFP broth and swirled onto plate, grown on agar; Printed onto lightweight silk Sterilized in autoclave
Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Glass beads were immersed in Chromo. broth and swirled onto plate, Serratia broth was applied with glass rod, grown on agar; Photo of plate before printing Image 1 Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Glass beads were immersed in Chromo. broth and swirled onto plate, Serratia broth was applied with glass rod, grown on agar; Printed onto medium weight silk Sterilized in autoclave Image 2 Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Chromo. broth was painted onto plate with glass rod. Serratia was painted onto plate with glass rod, grown on agar; 2nd print of plate printed onto medium weight silk Sterilized in autoclave Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Chromo. broth was painted onto plate with glass rod. Serratia was painted onto plate with glass rod, grown on agar; 1st print of plate printed onto lightweight silk Sterilized in autoclave
Serratia Marcescens Glass rod was immersed in Serratia broth then swiped across plate Grown on agar; Printed onto heavyweight silk Sterilized in autoclave Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Glass beads were immersed in Chromo. broth and swirled onto plate, Serratia broth was applied with glass rod, grown on agar; Printed onto medium weight silk Sterilized in autoclave Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Glass beads were immersed in Chromo. broth and swirled onto plate, Serratia broth was applied with glass rod, grown on agar; Printed onto mediumweight silk Sterilized in autoclave Serratia Marcescens (red); Chromobacterium Violaceum (violet) Glass were immersed in serratia broth and swriled on plate. Glass beads were immersed in Chromo. and swirled on plate, grown on agar; Printed onto lightweight silk Sterilized in autoclave
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