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Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice

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This image shows a digital section through the eye of a developing zebrafish to study neuron development. Shown are two different types of neurons (for the Geeks: bipolar and amacrine cells), coloured in blue and red, respectively. The colour combination highlights that the cells closely interact and are spatially arranged to do so at this point. The structure of these cells shows the intricate layering of the eye, which is necessary for these cells to interact with other cells within the eye. This ultimately relays what we see from the outside world into our brains.

Technique: The image was acquired with the Zeiss LSM 900 AiryScan microscope, using a 40x water-immersion LD C-Apochromat (NA 1.1) objective. Processing was conducted using Zeiss ZenBlack and Fiji. Data from double-transgenics (i.e. with two different cell types being marked) were reduced to a maximum intensity projection and false-colours applied.

Print on Canvas – unlimited series.

100% cotton hand-stretched canvas.

Manufactured and hand-fitted black shadow gap frame (adds approx. 2cm per side).

Hanger-set included and fitted, allowing for easy wall hanging.

Due to the manufacturing process, slight deviations from photos might occur. Additionally, colours may appear slightly different from the screen you viewed them on.

All artworks are accompanied by a short Artwork Care Guide.

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I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for.

- Georgia O’Keeffe