S. Beckett Gookin

S. Beckett Gookin’s investigations are on how biomimicry is slowly becoming interconnected to biohacking as we begin to understand the intricacies of our own bodies and can even hack into them and monitor them. He talks conceptually on how society could potentially be impacted as a result of these changes and what developments could stem p "Biomimicry, biohacking, and how it pertains to the arts." from these discoveries. He uses as evidence, the works of contemporary researchers and some of his personal observations in the field of biomimicry, such as a green fluorescent protein which was first discovered in jellyfish and can be cloned into bacteria and then used in a number of medical procedures and as well as in bio-art.