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10 QUESTIONS WITH SERENA POTTER

I grew up in Culver City CA, drawing for as long as I can remember. I moved to Utah in junior high. Went to Cottey College for women after high school, located in Missouri, for my AA degree, then transferred to the University of Utah to complete a BFA in studio art and Spanish. After having lived in England and New Hampshire where I worked with local art associations and galleries, I moved back to California and attended Laguna College of Art and Design for an MFA. I currently mentor in their MFA program. I teach studio art and art history classes for National University and Mt. San Antonio College. I put most of my time into my studio, my family, exercising and making good vegan food.

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From collecting art to collecting artists

https://thecuriousfrenchy.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/kathryn-mikesell.jpg?w=600&h=400            Kathryn Mikesell, director of The Fountainhead artists residency, at here house in Miami, Florida surrounded by her art collection.

Kathryn Mikesell, along with her husband Dan, is the founder of the Fountainhead Residency, which offers artists a place to live and work in Miami. It all started from their mutual passion for collecting art, their wish to get to know artists better and support them beyond collecting. The residency will celebrate its 10th anniversary and it counts over 300 artists from all over the world.

Cellout.me: What does it mean to own someone else’s DNA data?


Jeroen van Loon, Cellout.me, exhibition view at Aksioma Project Space. Photo: Jure Goršič / Aksioma

Jeroen van Loon, Cellout.me, exhibition view at Aksioma Project Space. Photo: Jure Goršič / Aksioma

At the end of 2015, artist Jeroen van Loon offered his entire DNA data – 380 GB of personal data – for auction. The starting price was an extravagant 0 euro. Anyone could place a bid through www.cellout.me. A year later, the auction closed and the artist’s full genome sold for 1100 euros to the Verbeke Foundation.

The highest bidder had just acquired an installation composed of the server cabinet where the data are stored, framed pictures documenting the DNA extracting and encoding processes, four letters written by experts as well something more difficult to fully grasp: an individual’s entire DNA self-portrait.

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