Katja Novitskova, their creator, generated 7 blown-up pictures sourced from the internet and mounted on aluminum cut-outs—are surreal combinations of nature photography and space imagery (artnews). According to the curator the displayed "organisms and bodies have significant research value within the scientific community for their potential to advance our understanding of our species and world" (publicartfund).
Above you can see Earth Potential (C.elegans, Saturn´s moon Titan), (2017, digital print on aluminum, cut-out display, steel and aluminum armature). The artist sourced online thousands of pictures of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan - taken from a spacecraft using a visual and infrared mapping spectrometer, and combined them with an image of the C. elegans roundworm, which is the first multicellular organism to have its genome digitized and is used as a model organism for research — from organ development to aging (publicartfund).
The next art work is called Earth Potential (Embyro), (2017, digital print on aluminum, cut-out display, steel and aluminum armature). The artist sourced an image of embryo stem cells from an article about CRISPR, the radical new genome editing technology used to permanently modify genes within organisms.