(November 14, 2008) Artist Gail Wright explores art examples in untraditional realms. She shows some of her works in the realms of the electronic, interactive and/or experimental nature.
Gail Wight investigates issues of biology and the history of science and technology. Her work engages the cultural impact of scientific practice, and play with our constant redefinition of self through our epistemologies.
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