"Louise Mackenzie’s Genophone is an extraordinary invention, or perhaps intervention. Somehow she has converted text into synthetic genetic material and spliced it into the DNA of bacteria. The words change and so do the bacteria. Is the eventual outcome living books or thought as biology? I am not sure, but it does seem fiendishly ingenious."
"An elaborate play on the relationship between art and science where, without one illustration or mimicry, a range of objects, ideas and gestures seem to argue out visible, invisible and possibly unknown danger."