Thank Yous

All great things are possible only with the help of others. In that spirit, we would like to share our appreciation for the following institutions and individuals:

UMKC Gallery of Art

The Stowers Institute for financial support and resources

Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado for rampant enthusiasm and support

KCAI for resources / meeting space

Linda Misiura for documenting, proof-reading, and this website

Davin Watne (for saying yes to an exhibition about worms sight-unseen!)

Jametatone (recording, sound production)

Dylan Cramm Horn (bass guitar, soup, text editing)

2007 Balquier (foley effects and trumpet)

Brad Highnam (upright bass)

Diana Lerma (hem work)

Paulina Otero (studio work with Jason Pollen)

Blair Benham-Pyle & Jeff Lange (planarian fission footage)

Aldo Bacchetta, Casey Holden, Nathan Neufeld, Kim Bland, Karen Staehling, Melainia McClain


Data that appears in the installation that was not acquired by the artists for this show appears in the following publications from the Sanchez Laboratory:

Arnold, C. P., Benham-Pyle, B. W., Lange, J. J., Wood, C. J. and Sánchez Alvarado, A. (2019). Wnt and TGFβ coordinate growth and patterning to regulate size-dependent behaviour. Nature.

Thi-Kim Vu, H., Rink, J. C., McKinney, S. A., McClain, M., Lakshmanaperumal, N., Alexander, R. and Sánchez Alvarado, A. (2015). Stem cells and fluid flow drive cyst formation in an invertebrate excretory organ. Elife 4.