was born in Dublin, Ireland, and studied Photography and Media at New York University and the International Center Of Photography, New York. His work is exhibited and published in the United States and Europe; it is represented in a number of leading international public and private collections. Karl lectures in the School of Communications at Dublin City University and also collaborates on sculpture and media programmes at Brooklyn College (CUNY), New York. His recent art & science projects include imaging, text and video collaborations with: The American Museum of Natural History, New York; Mütter Museum, Philadelphia; La Specola Museum & Caregi Hospital, Florence, Italy; Hubrecht Laboratory, Netherlands; Tornblad Institute, Sweden and the National Museum of Ireland (Natural History). He is a PhD researcher and a research Fellow at the Mütter Museum and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Karl lives and works in Dublin and New York.
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