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Published on Jul 11, 2012

Copyright Broad Institute, 2013. All rights reserved.
In "Unfolding," which encompasses video, paintings, prints, and wire sculpture, the Broad Institute's artist-in-residence Guhapriya Ranganathan ("Gupi") explores the process of the genome unfolding and links it seamlessly to the process of scientific collaboration at the Broad.

The artworks, including the video seen here, represent science in all its effortless beauty: the image of a long polymer folded into a fractal globule, lines seen in neural structures, and space-filling lines based on the Hilbert curve. The artist-in-residence program at the Broad Institute is designed to stimulate collaborative problem-solving with an interdisciplinary approach. Together, artists and Broad scientists explore issues of visual representation, and the communication of ideas toward a greater understanding of the complexities of the genomic landscape.

To learn more about the artist-in-residence program, the artist, and her scientific collaborators, visit:

-Guhapriya Ranganathan's web site (http://www.guhapriyaranganathan.com/)
-Broad blog entry (http://www.broadinstitute.org/node/4101/)
-Broad news story (http://www.broadinstitute.org/node/1359/)

Video courtesy of Lars-Erik Sirén.

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