Judy Drummond’s discussion with Bonnie Ora Sherk, founder of The Farm and A Living Library about watersheds and creation of ecosystems in San Francisco and New York, living libraries of their existence, climate change, synchronicity. Find the talk here.
Sunday, June 22nd at 12 noon is the opening celebration of five inClimate events of WATERWASH Welcomes. Join ecological artist Lillian Ball for a picnic discussion about the WATERWASH project (2010-2014) and how its native wetland plants mitigate increased storm water pollution. A limited number of participants can also enjoy a rowboat ride with Rocking the Boat program assistants to hear… Continue reading WATERWASH Welcomes
Curated by Kenneth Tay and Jason Wee, the exhibition is the latest incarnation of over 6 years of art history-informed explorations of relationships between wood, trees and people from this region. The exhibition features new wood-print and installation works by Lucy Davis alongside photographic works by Shannon Castleman and a new photo book collaboration with… Continue reading New exhibition in Singapore from The Migrant Ecologies Project
Brandon Ballengée will be exhibiting and talking in Germany from late May 2014 onwards. He will be in Berlin and in Lüneburg: In Berlin Exhibition at Art Laboratory Berlin: [macro]biologies II: organisms (Suzanne Anker, Brandon Ballengée, Maja Smrekar) // 31 May- 20 July, 2014 Vernissage: 30 May, 2014, 20:00 Artist and curators talk: 1 June 2014, 15:00 More information here In… Continue reading Brandon Ballengée – Events in Germany
– a research platform for art and synthetic biology “I wonder how much of this Making Life project (what’s in a name) will consist of critical reflection on “the making of novel life-forms from ‘scratch’”, and how much – through its association with art – will in fact be providing social and moral legitimacy (and… Continue reading Making_Life
April 29, 2014, 6pm: Exhibition opening Free River Zones: An artistic inquiry with Ravi Agarwal, Bob Braine, David Brooks, Till Krause, Marie Lorenz, and Hilmar Schäfer Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building 5 East 3rd Street New York, NY 10003 Parallel exhibition opening, April 29, 7pm: Unity of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt and the Americas including Mark Dion’s… Continue reading FREE RIVER ZONE – NYC Events
David Rothenberg & Friends Venue: Treptower Park Meeting point: Fr. 09 Mai | 23 Uhr S-Bhf Treptower Park (Exit: Treptower Park / Puschkinallee) Ticket: 18,- € / 12,- € (Discount) Ticket Reservation: (030) 55875829 / email@example.com Those who have grown up with H. C. Andersen will remember the nightingale in the Chinese Emperor’s garden. “The… Continue reading Recital in the Woods with Nightingales
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University January 25–June 8, 2014 The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University presents beyond earth art: contemporary artists and the environment, on view now through June 8, comprising separate installations and exhibitions throughout the museum. The project was curated by Andrea Inselmann, curator of modern… Continue reading beyond earth art: contemporary artists and the environment
Mel Chin: Rematch February 21–May 25, 2014 The most expansive presentation of conceptual artist Mel Chin’s work to date, Mel Chin: Rematch, organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art, features the artist’s sculptures, video, drawings, paintings, land, and performance art, as well as rarely seen materials from the last four decades. The exhibition explores… Continue reading Mel Chin at New Orleans Museum of Art
[Plastik Art & Science] # 4 Ed. Agnès Foiret, online since February 15 2014 : http://art-science.univ-paris1.fr/ The 4th issue of the partly bilingual (French-English) Art & Science Journal [Plastik], published by University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, is out. The five articles available in English are marked in red color below: Table of Contents : – Art, culture et… Continue reading Art and Biodiversity: Sustainable Art?