The Berlin based artist and designer Fara Peluso graduated industrial and graphic design at Architecture University 'La Sapienza' in Rome. In her research Peluso resorts to a speculative approach that allows her to visualize ideas of possible futures where both the matter and procedural aspects play fundamental roles. Working with geometric decomposition and new morphologies, her work always reveals the existence of hidden geometries. Peluso’s artistic concept integrates interdisciplinary cooperations with scientists and research institutions. Thus, the artist and designer creates hybrid artefacts that combine aesthetic codes and innovative know-how at the interface of societal consciousness and novel biotechnologies.
Since 2014 Fara Peluso pursues her deep research on algae experiments. By exploring the relationship between humans and other living organisms, she questions our awareness of ecological systems that involve a potential for a self-sufficient sustainability.
Her design and art works have been exhibited at DDW17 in Eindhoven and at Futurium Berlin. She is currently a resident artist at the Institute of Biotechnology at Technische Universität Berlin.