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DNA Sculpture Double Helix Statue Dennis Lo Ribbon of Life 1

Healthcare & Life Sciences

Life Sciences, Healthcare & Technology Sculpture

 

Fields has had a passion for science, philosophy and art since grade school.  His recent venture into contemporary sculpture has opened a door to marrying these passions in new ways.  He is now extending his portfolio into the life sciences, physics, and beyond to cater to major healthcare and life science campus developments. His focus is creating sculpture that matches the high level of modern aesthetics of new developments, with an unmatched level of design, quality and precision.

As he expands on his portfolio, he is open to creating custom designs for large scale works to suit your project goals.

Please contact Mike Fields for inquiries: mike@mfsculpture.com

 

Life Sciences & Healthcare

 

THIS PAGE IS A WORK IN PROGRESS!

Ribbon of Life

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“Ribbon of Life” is a modern representation of the DNA Double Helix, which is at the basis of life.

Ribbon of Life #1/4 was customized for Dennis Lo, one of the world’s leading geneticists. Dennis discovered the presence of cell-free fetal DNA in maternal blood and has spearheaded the development of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT). He has also seen the parallels between NIPT and cancer screening and pioneered the development of multi-cancer early detection tests. For his work, Dennis is a Royal Medal recipient and was awarded the Breakthrough in Life Sciences 2021, the Lasker Award in 2022 for the Development of Noninvasive Prenatal DNA Test, among other prestigious awards.

It was an honor and genuine pleasure for Fields to work closely with Dennis on this piece.  Ribbon of Life marries two of Fields greatest passions – science and art.

Neuronic

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“Neuronic” is a sculptural representation of the neural network at the basis of all human experience – thought, emotion and memory. This network is the highest degree of order and complexity found in the known Universe with an equal degree of beauty. There are as many neurons in the brain as there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy, however they have an order that is beyond comprehension.

The human brain has a huge number of synapses. Each of the 10^11 (one hundred billion) neurons has on average 7,000 synaptic connections to other neurons. It has been estimated that the brain of a three-year-old child has about 10^15 synapses (1 quadrillion). Estimates vary for an adult, ranging from 10^14 to 5 x 10^14 synapses (100 to 500 trillion). However, this does not even scratch the surface of the number of possible pathways created by this network, “…on the order of ten followed by millions of zeros. (There are about ten followed by eighty zeros’ worth of positively charged particles in the whole universe!)” Gerald M. Edelman, Bright Air, Brilliant Fire.This network is dynamic is several interesting ways. The structure of the network itself i.e. the pathways and relationships of the neurons change over time. In addition, electrical activity and excitation is in constant flux across the brain.

Science and Physics Sculpture

Convergence

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“Convergence” is a contemporary sculpture inspired by subatomic physics, but more generally, displays a dance between two entities before their union.

Space

Paragon, Moon, Eclipse, Saturn & Warp

See more about: Paragon, Moon, Eclipse, Saturn & Warp

The World of the Small

Microorganisms and Microstructures

Sculptures to be added Q4 2022

 

Fields will be exploring the world of the small, with sculpture inspired by microorganisms and microstructures, Capturing the beauty and complexity of life only visible through the microscope.

Photomicrography – photographing by transmitted light using ordinary light microscopes; or, by using ultraviolet, infrared, electron, or X-ray microscopes, sharp photographs can be made of living, unstained specimens.

# micro photography, microscopic photography, microscopic images Microscope Art, Optical Microscope, Fractal Patterns, Plant Cell Structure, Design Elements, Science, Biology, Micro photography. 

Serotonin, Radiolarian & Looking Glass

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Marine Biology

Sea Dancer

See more about: Seadancer

Computer Science

Computer Science, Informatics, information sciences, data and cryptography inspired art coming.

Pathways

TOP HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION

Largest Healthcare Campus Developments, Renovations and Revitalizations Projects

 

  • Parnassus Heights campus – $4.3B
  • John Cochran Veterans Hospital in St. Louis – $1B
  • Spark LS (North Carolina’s Research Triangle) – $1B
  • Tibor Rubin VA Medical Center – $387M
  • Gainesville Hospital Expansion  – $538m
  • West Henderson Hospital – $385M
  • Cedar Hill Hospital – $375m
  • Mercy Hospital Fort Smith Expansion – $162m
  • Mankato Mayo Clinic Health Complex Expansion – $153m
  • Texas Medical Center – $1.8B
  • UC Health in Cincinnati Clifton campus – $250M
  • Winship at Emory Midtown – $400M
  • Alexandria Center at One Kendall Square
  • Torrey View –
  • Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst

Top Healthcare Architecture and AE Firms:

 

  • Ballinger
  • BHDG Architects
  • BWBR Architects, Inc.
  • CannonDesign
  • CallisonRTKL
  • CO Architects
  • Corgan
  • Cuningham Group Architecture, Inc.
  • DAVIS BRODY BOND
  • Devenney Group
  • Elkus Manfredi Architects
  • Ennead Architects
  • EUA (Eppstein Uhen Architects)
  • EwingCole
  • EYP
  • Flad Architects
  • FCA
  • FreemanWhite
  • Gensler
  • GBBN Architects
  • Gresham Smith
  • HKS Architects
  • Herzog & de Meuron
  • HDR
  • HOK
  • HGA Architects
  • Hanbury
  • Harvard Jolly Architecture
  • HED
  • HGA
  • HMC Architects
  • Hord Coplan Macht
  • Huitt-Zollars
  • James Corner Field Operation
  • JLG Architects
  • Kirksey Architecture
  • LEO A DALY
  • May Architecture
  • NBBJ
  • Perkins Eastman
  • Perkins and Will
  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
  • Stantec
  • SmithGroup
  • Taylor Design

Top Healthcare Campus Developers. Contractors & Construction Companies:

 

  • Brasfield & Gorrie
  • Breakthough Properties
  • STO Building Group
  • McCarthy Holdings
  • Robins & Morton
  • DPR Construction
  • HDR
  • Whiting-Turner Contracting Co
  • JE Dunn
  • Gilbane Building Company
  • PCL Construction
  • Swinerton
  • McCownGordon Construction
  • Austin Industries
  • Lendlease
  • Weitz Company, The
  • Orcutt | Winslow
  • Hoar Construction
  • Andersen Construction
  • AECOM
  • The Boldt Company
  • Suffolk Construction
  • BartonMalow
  • Batson-Cook
  • Rodgers Builders
  • The Yates Companies
  • Power Construction
  • Clark Group
  • Hensel Phelps
  • Balfour Beatty US
  • Messer Construction
  • Walsh Group, The
  • Mortenson
  • AECOM
  • Turner Construction
  • Brasfield & Gorrie head BD+C‘s
  • CBRE
  • Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.
  • Columbia
  • Messer Construction Co.
  • HPlex Solutions
  • Beacon Capital Partners
  • Braidwell
  • Herrero Boldt Webcor
  • Skanska USA
  • Starwood Capital Group
  • Trinity Capital Advisors

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