The Institute for Digital Biology

Arnoud van den Heuvel
January 24th 2011

"The Institute for Digital Biology researches next steps in the evolution of the internet, where websites and services develop into living creatures."
This scenario lives in the mind of Walewijn den Boer, graduated from KABK in 2010.

During the exhibition, visitors were able to feed a colony of microscopical pop-up creatures, save Chinese websites from a pageview-shortage, preserve an Amazone tribe from extinction by subscribing to its homepage and view a short documentary on how the living internet established itself.


January 27th 2011, Walewijn den Boer opened a new exhibit (LITTLE LAB) in NEMO, Amsterdam as part of the Nanofestival.

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