Microuniverse was developed as part of my artist residency at Eyebeam in 2015-2016.  Using a variety of printing processes with bacteria as ink, the series explores the controlled and chaotic forms of the microbial world, and draws a connection to the larger universe as a whole. 

Works from this series were exhibited at The Motor House (Baltimore) as part of the Culture as Medium show, at Eyebeam (New York City) as part of the To Scale show, and at Flux Factory (New York City) as part of the Artificial Retirement show.  

The series was profiled by The Creators Project, A Synthetic Biologist's Beautiful Palette of Bacteria Art, as well as by the TED Idea blog, here: The most beautiful bacteria you’ll ever see.