Creative Time's DNAid
Creative Time/DNAid is a series of public art projects that address the implications of today's genetic research on our global futures.

DNA Billboards

DNA Deli Cups

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How will our lives be better? - How will we be different in the future? - Why not live forever? - How do your genes look on you? - Who will own your DNA?

DNAid Billboards
September 5 - 30, 2000

Creative Time presents a month long outdoor exhibition of three artist-designed billboards as part of DNAid, a series of public art projects that address the implications of today's genetic research on our futures.

Haluk Akakçe
The Measure of All Things
(digital video still)
Digital imaging: Syncopy
Varick & Carmine Streets

Nancy Burson
Five Images from the Human Race Machine
Canal & Church Streets

Alexis Rockman
The Farm
Lafayette & Houston Streets

paradise now @ exit art in association with Paradise Now
Sept 9 - October 28
Curated by Marvin Heiferman and Carole Kismaric
The world is being transformed by genetic research. What was once the subject of science fiction has become fact. In Paradise Now 39 artists respond to the medical, social, political, economic, ecological and ethical issues triggered by the genetic revolution.

EXIT ART 548 Broadway, 2nd floor
(between Prince and Spring St)
Tues - Fri 10-6, Sat 11-6
(212) 966-7745

Public programs by The Gene Media Forum:
What Can We Expect? Sept, 20, 2000
Picturing the Genetic Revolution Oct, 14, 2000

Special thanks to Michele Mercure of AD+, LTI and Syncopy.

The Creative time DNAid series is made possible, in part, by the generous support of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Arts; The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology; Joy of Giving Something, Inc.; The NationalEndowment for the Arts; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs; and the New York State Council on the Arts, a State agency; State Senator Thomas K. Duane; and New York City Councilmember Christine C. Quinn.