1. "Project Cephalopod - Images and Documentations from Cephalopod Research featuring
Dr. Berned Budelmann, Dr.
Yuzuru Ikeda, Dr. Jesse Purdy and Dr. Shuichi Shigeno" at The Phipps Center for the Arts.
"Cross-Disciplinary Productions: A Visual Arts Department Exhibition"
at University of California San Diego Dean's Office Space curated by
Tatiana Sizonenko. This
exhibition includes Artists such as David Antin, Rebecca Baron, Harold
Cohen, Manny Farber, Allan Kaprow, Kim MacConnel, Jerome Rothenberg,
Italo Scanga and others.
is also organizing a symposium at the Institute of Advanced Study
(UMTC) entitled "The Origin of Image Making: Behavioral Ecology of
Cephalopods and Art"
Please see the attached information for the events listed above.
Nakajima's work is also featured in "Census of Marine Life" website.
ABOUT CENSUS OF MARINE LIFE A DECADE OF DISCOVERY
2,700 scientists 80+ nations 540 expeditions US$ 650 million 2,600+ scientific publications 6,000+ potential new species28 million distribution records and counting - These numbers only begin to describe the scope of the Census of Marine Life,
a 10-year international effort undertaken in to assess the diversity
(how many different kinds), distribution (where they live), and
abundance (how many) of marine life--a task never before attempted on
this scale. The Census stimulated the discipline of marine science by
tackling these issues globally, and engaging some 2,700 scientists from
around the globe, who participated in 540 expeditions and countless
hours of land-based research. The scientific results were reported on
October 4, 2010.