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The exploration of the intersections allows us to become more creative flexible and resourceful about the way we think about life and nature. KATHY HIGH of life processes. This interdisciplinary practice encourages reflection upon the role of art and science in society providing new insights into ethical debates and the future of our species. This interest which evolved out of early work filming medical documentaries is explored through many contexts such as in her course Eco Chic Living Art which focuses on such topics as environmentalism food art body art and more. This course offers us a different lens to look through says Professor High. I found that in this class we had much more extensive discussions about ethics and philosophy than is possible in a biology lab. BIO-ART Among those working at the intersection of technology art and science few unite these disciplines in a more innovative fashion than Kathy High professor of arts. For the past 20 years Professor High has produced experimental documentaries that look at a wide spectrum of issues dealing with carefrom womens health to interspecies telepathic communications. Today Professor High works in the emerging field of Bio-Art biology and art which she describes as an arts practice that involves collaboration with living systems and an examination