Unseen Cultures

is a monograph dedicated to investigation into the strage and beautiful world of microbes

Modern science is more familiar with bacteria than ever before, but most of us still see microbial life as a mystery, and we’re still far from accepting these cohabiters as beneficial to us. Despite their size, bacteria play a larger role in our bodies than previously thought. With our growing knowledge of the human microbiome, the implications of a positive relationship with the bacteria could be hugely advantageous. By exploring, amplifying, and dissecting the nature of ‘ugly’ and ‘gross’, I aimed to shed light on the real benefit and possible potential of microbes—shifting our perception from distrust to fascination.
10.5 x 9.5