Reposted from: www.sustainablepractice.org “Sila” is the name of a play written by Chantal Bilodeau. The titel comes from an Inuit word for the breath of life, the primary component of everything that exists. The play is about an ice scientist, an Inuit activist, an officer for the Marine Communications and Traffic Services and a polar… Continue reading Reading of the play “Sila”
Mapping and Reimagining Urban Ecologies through the Arts and Humanities An Interdisciplinary Symposium hosted by Temple University, April 7-8, 2011 Kiva Auditorium, Main Campus, Philadelphia (USA) Keynote Speaker: Timothy Morton, author of The Ecological Thought (2010), Ecology without Nature (2007).
The 7th ADA Network Symposium examines the relationship between energy and information in media arts. We ask how sustainable is the technology that supports media art? What new forms of practice are developing at the intersection of energy conservation and production, technology, and art? And how can we balance a global arts practice with the… Continue reading Energetics and Informatics: the 7th ADA Symposium
Digital Media and Local Cultures FUTUREPLACES 2010 is a meeting of people with one question in mind: if digital media can do so much for global communication, knowledge and creativity, how can it contribute to local cultural development?
Themes on and about the complex mesh of relations between biospheres, climatic science, environmental politics, globalization, culture and art form the point of departure for mindthestorm.org’s continuously accumulating archive of image and textual documentation. Processuality constitutes the focal point of mindthestorm.org. The archive is neither hierarchically structured, nor does it follow a defined order. The… Continue reading Mindthestorm – Like random steps of sunlight, Random steps of consciousness