Heather Beardsley would like to thank the Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony for their support of this project.
Fake Fake Alien Autopsy Head
This object is on long-term loan to the National Space Centre, Leicester. The Charles Fort Institute would like to thank them for allowing it to come to Dublin for this exhibition.
The artists would like to acknowledge the support provided in part by Konstnärsnämnden.
The artists are grateful to Donald Van Royen of Humanfactors Design Works in New York who served as mechanical engineer of the robotic frog controller. The artists would like to thank Marc Gallo and Michael Schneider for electrical engineering expertise. Funding was provided by National Science Foundation grant numbers IBN 98-16564 and 0517328 to Michael Ryan and Ryan Taylor. The artists would like to thank the frogs, both real and artificial.
Lie 2 Me
The artists would like to thank Shimmer Sense for providing the GSR kit used.
The artist would like to thank the Revive & Restore foundation for access to their research, and for their involvement in the project.
The artist would like to acknowledge that the virtual reality was developed with James at Werkflow.
Rayfish Footwear was realised with the financial support of the Dutch Film Fund, Media Fund, Stichting Doen and the Mondriaan Fund.
The artist would like to thank the support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Manitoba Arts Council.
The artists would like to acknowledge the support of the Centre National du Cinéma (DICREAM), in addition to ART 3000 — Le Cube, centre de création numérique.
Still Life: Flowers in an Urn
Science Gallery Dublin would like to thank Milmo-Penny Fine Art for lending this painting to FAKE.
The Art of Deception
The team was funded by ZonMw, the Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development, as part of the annual BioArt and Design Award competition. They worked with Renée van Amerongen, Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences; Monique Verstegen, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam; Yvonne Steinvoort, Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam; Jos Malda, University Medical Center Utrecht; and Paul van der Valk, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
The Modular Body
The artist would like to thank seriousFilm, VPRO, StimuleringsFonds Creatieve Industrie, Stroom Den Haag, Fonds 21 and MediaFonds.
Vapour Meat [HP0.3.1]alpha
The preliminary development was conducted by Tissue Culture & Art and Devon Ward. Research for this project was hosted by SymbioticA.
Ilaria received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 713567. Ilaria, Naomi and Rachel received funding from the ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology, which is funded under the SFI Research Centres Programme (Grant 13/RC/2016) and is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund. Emma received funding from the Science Foundation Ireland, Game Face (13/CDA/2135) project.
The artist would like to acknowledge the sponsorship of Borregaard and Solvay.
Oron Catts, Director of SymbioticA, University of Western Australia
Nicola Marples, Professor of Zoology, Trinity College Dublin
Fiona Newell, Professor of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin
Lynn Scarff, Director, Science Gallery Dublin
Exhibition 3D Design
Exhibition 3D Build
Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin would like to thank Dublin Dance Festival, the French Embassy in Ireland, Milmo-Penny Fine Art, the National Science and Media Museum, UK and the Zoology Department of NUI Galway for their help with FAKE
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