Biogenerative Aesthetics: These are the finished works from the coralline algae installation at the 2017 Honolulu Biennial
They are documents of an autonomous biological system that generated visual compositions representing environmental solutions. 
The original installation consisted of these panels submerged in an aquarium system designed to replicate the future oceans as affected by climate change. 
During the exhibition, organisms that could withstand and mitigate the warm acidic water reproduced and grew on the panels. 
After the exhibition, they were removed and allowed to dry, leaving the white Calcium skeletons fused to the panels.