Microbiologist Antoine Bridier-Nahmias brings us a hidden beauty found in his collection of experiments on his Tumblr account. A working collaboration with nature, these biological hap-hazards create stunning patterns and shapes that would envy any graphic designer. A textural palette of dusky pinks, blues and greens clouds over the clinical canvas of a plastic petri dish on a lab table. He describes his works as magical contaminations noting that there is no secret ingredient, just random reactions of mould, bacteria and yeasts and their varied characteristics. Under Antoine’s watchful eye, the process takes at least fifteen days to mature and develop. They are in fact, life forms documented at a precise moment in their existence through photography. This fusion of art and science celebrates human curiosity and wonder but also reveals a human desire to contain, refine and control the natural world and its processes.