Bio Art? Group C

I like this work by group c. They are prints derived from the "Tissue software" they developed.

Exposes the movements of synthetic neural systems. People interact with the software by positioning a group of points on the screen. An understanding of the total system emerges from the relations between the positional input and the visual output.

The "cells" are also nice:

Cells of color navigate through an abstract architecture to create an active ecology. As the user defined architecture changes, the cells redirect their movements, thus modifying the structure

Just find them to be nice visualizations (and because of my long-ago background in biology I may atill have an interest in this sorrt of neural phenomenon).