Nurit Bar-Shai's work "Objectivity [tentative]" is featured in this week's Brazilian newspaper Folah de S. Paulo. Objectivity [tentative] explores the intersection of Art, Science and Technology. Using various settings to visualize the "chemical tweets" of microorganisms as exceptionally beautiful and rare image patterns. Inspired by the research and the work of Professor Eshel Ben Jacob from Tel Aviv University, of "The Social Life of Bacteria", exploring complex network and communication systems of a "smart" microorganism bacterium. Specifically inspired by his research of the P. vortex bacterium known for its advanced social behavior, reflected in development of colonies with highly complex architecture structures. This body of work looks into biological systems of self-organization, and collective decision making, the immense complexity within seemingly simple structures, and the process of achieving dramatically varied results with slight alterations in initial settings.