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Wet Art: The field of artistic research that appeals both to "dry" silicon models of evolution processes (e.g., Artificial Life, Generative Art, etc.) and to "wet" molecular design of living/semi-living systems (Ars Genetica, Ars Chimera, Tissue Culture and Art). See Artificial Life, Ars Genetica, Ars Chimera, Tissue Culture and Art.
Wetmedia: The whole range of means of synthesizing, processing and manipulating, maintaining and transmitting information on biological carriers.
Wetware: A technological combination of physical and biological equipment used for creating "wet" art works. It also removes the boundary between a designed object and biological entity. See Wet Art.