Bio artist Adam Zaretsky constantly finds himself on the edge of the legally permissible. His Errorarium, for example, is home to zebra fish embryos injected with algae. The aim is that these embryos grow up to be completely self-sustaining fish and that they can make food from sunlight just as plants do. This could be the beginning of something much bigger. Imagine that humans can some day live by sunlight alone… Would you like to get closer to Zaretsky’s unusual creations? Turn on the light- and sound switches and you can make contact with the zebra fish.
The Errorrarium by Zaretsky can be seen until 1 September 2013 at the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, as a part of the exhibition Yes naturally. The works of art can be seen in the GEM, the Fotomuseum and in the gardens of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.