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He is working in the fields of both biological science and contemporary visual art, and interested in the relationship among scientific, philosophical, cultural, historical and aesthetic views of "life." As an artist, he has produced contemporary abstract papercutting and biomedia art, and as a biologist, he has studied on spatio-temporal (rhythmic/morphological) pattern formation dynamics in microorganisms (especially in cyanobacteria).
Born in 1971. Professor, Ph.D., Department of Electrical Engineering & Bioscience, Waseda University; Director, metaPhorest; a member of "Synthetic Aesthetics" (NSF-ESPRC); and a founder of the Japanese Society for Cell Synthesis Research.



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