Arri teaches, writes, and does research in science, science education, bioethics, and science and religion. He established the Emory College Program in Science & Society which has provided ongoing support for Lelavision's art/science collaborations.
Arri provided the scientific material and text for Lelavision's "Above the Genome: the Epigenetic Bulb", an Installation/performance project that premiered at the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Wa 2010. The above instrument (now known as the "Shrimp PLatter") was created initially as part of this project through a residency with the Museum's Visiting Artist Program.CIty Arts article
In addition, Arri has been involved as a supporter and collaborator with all of Lelavision's forrays into science and art including:
The Bio-ballistic Ball
Arri Eisen is a Professor of Pedagogy in Biology, the Institute of Liberal Arts, and the Center for Ethics at Emory University in Atlanta. His Science in Your Life radio spots, which aired on Atlanta's NPR affiliate, can be found here.