The Orlando Sentinel has an article on an exhibit at Florida Atlantic University on "Designing Intelligence?: Continuing the Intelligent Design Project" by AdrienneRose Gionta, co-curator of the show. The article notes:
She said her catastrophe pieces relate to the creationism/evolution debate, "because they're about creation as well as destruction. I think my work definitely deals with the idea of artists playing God. In that respect, it does relate, because artists create things out of nothing in general."
Organized as an independent curatorial study, "Designing Intelligence?" is the first exhibition Gionta curated, on a topic that has obsessed her for more than a year and a half. Raised Catholic, she never heard about evolution until college. It was then that she began to question her long-held beliefs in creationism. It wasn't until recently that she heard the phrase "intelligent design," which tries to reconcile the unanimity of evolutionary belief in the scientific community with the overriding hand of God.
Well, that is not what ID is trying to do. They are trying to do away with evolution. That is the point. An interesting take.