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Sunday, December 9th, 2012

For the opening event of this year’s Borscht Film Festival, Coral Morphologic was commissioned to curate a night of underwater films at the New World Symphony SoundScape Park on Miami Beach. At 7,00 Square-feet, the NWS WallCast is the largest projection wall in North America, and is accompanied by a state-of-the-art immersive sound system. This night will feature the first-ever screening of our Natural History series from 2009-2011 in its entirety, followed by the world premiere of a new film, Into the Cosmic Flower Garden. The event is outdoors and tickets are free – bring your sensory perceptions, and enjoy the experience.

Cuddle Fish Vol. 1

Monday, November 30th, 2009

Cuddle Fish Vol 1

Cuddle Fish is the creation of Miami contemporary artist Bhakti Baxter. The limited-edition zine, also compiled and printed by Baxter, features images contributed by a collection of his peers. The cover image is a Sepia sp. Cuttlefish that Colin photographed back in 2007 in Tulamben, Bali. You can find this zine in physical form at happenings around Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2009.

CORAL MORPHOLOGIC Art Basel Miami Beach 2009 schedule:

American Airlines Arena – Jumbotron Projection

Miami’s Independent Thinkers – Aquarium Installation

The Museo Vault – Aquarium Installation

Moksha Art Fair – Projection

Sweat Records – Aquarium Installation

December 3-5 @ 7th Circuit Studio

Monday, November 16th, 2009

December 3-5 @

7th Circuit Studio – 228 NE 59 ST Miami, FL 33137

Details

The Collabo Show

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Saturday, July 25th we will be exhibiting a live aquarium and video projection in “The Collabo Show”, a one-night only showcase of contemporary Miami artists. 85 NW 71 Street, Little Haiti. 7PM – 12AM.

December 4-7 @ 7th Circuit Studio

Thursday, November 27th, 2008

December 4-7 @

7th Circuit Studio – 228 NE 59 ST Miami, FL 33137

Coral Philatelogic

Tuesday, February 26th, 2008

Whilst perusing eBay for rare corallimorph morphs, I happened to stumble upon these radical stamps, featuring corals from around the globe. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity (perfectly good reason to justify their purchase…), so for a total of $6 (including shipping) they are now part of the Morphologic collection. I say “yes” to these stamps, and encourage more developing coral reef-fringed nations to do the same (I’ll keep buying).

Discosoma (Rhodactis) sanctithomae: totally awesome Caribbean coralllimorph.

Pseudocorynactis caribbeorum: non-photosynthetic, cryptic Caribbean corallimorph.

Blastomussa merleti fluorescence photograph from Noumea Aquarium, New Caledonia (1979).

“huh-huh-huh, huh-huh-huh, that coral is like, horny, Beavis”
Sorry, too easy, I couldn’t resist.