Je Mange La Mort Pour Diner….

Coral and Plankton Projection

 Above  Je Mange La Mort Pour Diner.… Projection and Sound October 2015 note: the film above is meant to be projected in a loop there is really no beginning or end to it… This film is for projection and sound made especially for a live performance at the “Nocturne” which took place at midnight on […]

Featured Artist @ BLUE Ocean Film Festival Nov 6th-9th Monaco

BLUE Ocean Film Festival Nov 6th-9th Monaco It was such an honor to present my work at the Blue Ocean Film festival.  The event was amazing as it was the Blue Ocean Film Festival’s first time ever being hosted by Prince Albert at the Musée Océanographique de Monaco. The entire festival under the Prince’s  Direction […]

Post Mortem Exhibition: October 10th-December 20th, University of Ghent-Beligium

Above detail of my work “Radiolarian Skelton: Home for Future Aquatic Life”, rapid prototype from digital file, with blue lighting about 9″ squared 2012 What is so wonderful about this exhibition is that it was incredibly site specific using the existing space and collection to house this extensive group show.  The exhibition space is the […]

Making the Invisible Visible-Post Mortem Catalogue Essay August 2015

Making the Invisible Visible Mara G. Haseltine, August 2015 What constitutes a living thing?  What is dead and what is alive?  Two piles of soil look pretty much the same as seen with the naked eye, yet there is such as thing as “live dirt,” rich with microbes that provide nutrients to the things that […]

Featured Artist: SciArt in America Magazine “Straight Talk” October 2015

Mara G. Haseltine Interview: STRAIGHT TALK  Oct 2015 Issue (Images at end of the text) 1. How did you get involved making environmental art? I have always been inspired by the natural world. I remember summering in Maine as a child in the 1970’s and thinking, “This world is perfect.” I was always curious about […]

Featured Artist in “BioArt, Altered Realities” An anthology by William Myers 2015

     I am so thrilled to be part of this comprehensive anthology of BioArt ‘Altered Realities’  I really believe that William Myers has captured the essence of this ever growing movement at a poignant moment with this book! Published by Thames and Hudson it is following in incredible art history footsteps and opening viewers eyes […]

Feb 16th @ Morbid Anatomy Museum; Death Through the Microscope, La Bohème: A Portrait of Today’s Oceans in Peril

Above Image:  Still from Live Performance:  Rudolpho with Mimi a Tintinnid Plankton ensnared in micro-degraded plastic  Mixed Media Sculpture, Hand Blown Uranium Infused Glass, plastic, metal 2013 Death Through the Microscope, La Bohème: A Portrait of Today’s Oceans in Peril An Illustrated Lecture and Screening with Science Artist Mara G. Haseltine. Where: The Morbid Anatomy […]

Jan 22nd, Supernatural: Art, Animism and Our Relationship to Our Biosphere Art Lecture

Above Image is of “Supernatural” at Tatiana Pages Gallery, Harlem NYC rocks and glass   Artist Lecture  Supernatural: Art, Animism and Our Relationship to Our Biosphere Where: Tatiana Pages Gallery 206 Fredrick Douglas Blvd. C1 Harlem, NY, NY 10030 When: January 22nd Reception 6pm Artist Talk 7pm Description: Inspired by the Shinto concept that everything […]

Art of The Invisible Ocean: Explorer’s Club Feat Monday Night Lecture Dec 15th

Event open to: Public Members FREE Non Members $20 Date: December 15, 2014 Time: 6:00pm Reception, 7:00pm Lecture Location: Club Headquarters, 46 E 70th Street, New York, NY, 10021   Description: Art of the Invisible Ocean   This event will be streamed live. Please visit our Live Stream page at 7pm on the evening of […]

“Supernatural” @ Tatiana Pages Gallery in Harlem NYC! Dec 8th-Feb 3rd 2015

I recently made “Supernatural” the centerpiece for the “Material Instincts” show at Tatiana Pages Gallery in Harlem. Inspired by the Shinto concept that everything in nature is alive and infused with spirits called Kami “supernatural” literally visualizes them in this softly psychedelic rendition of a Japanese Rock Garden. Hand Blown glass, rocks dimensions variable 2014 […]


  I will be presenting the receipe book for the ultimate sustainable oyster reef along with Amy Lipton curator from ecoart space Hudson River Park presents Submerge! – NYC Marine Science Festival, a day devoted to bringing awareness to NYC’s coastal waterways. This day-long festival is presented in partnership with the New York Hall […]


    I will be having an Open Studio as part of the DUMBO Arts Festival Sept 27th and 28th from 12pm -6pm 10 Jay St Suite 620 (6th floor) (corner of John and Jay St) Brooklyn, NY 11201 Description” I traveled the globe collecting microscopic plankton and even in the most remote place found […]

“Apresentando” Sept 3 – Oct 4 at São Paulo’s Galeria Virgilio

  Bust of bust of Gallerist Kai Matusmiya by Mara G. Haseltine above Apresentando: a Ten-Part Series of Shows Created In Partnership with New York’s Top Lower East Side Galleries Apresentando: Tai Ogawa is the first in a ten-part series of solo exhibitions of some of the most interesting artists showing work in the galleries […]

Vesalius Continuum in Zakynthos Greece Sept 4th-8th 2014

Partial reconstruction of Andreas Vesalius’ bust by Pascale Pollier 2014 I will participate in an exhibition and lecture series this September in Zakynthos Greece where Andreas Vesalius 1514-1564. a Belgian and “the Grandfather” of human anatomy perished 450 years ago in a ship wreck. The Grand Opening will be the exhibition to be held in Greece, […]