Posts Tagged ‘eco-art’

  • 06.02.2010

    subtle technologies highlights

    So this is it, Subtletek week and as the festival draws near, we’ve been intensifying our blogging. Our latest posts on the contingent ecologies blog have varied from biotek for kids to eco art and green cities. So far we’ve had a workshop on making electricity from junk to power devices like cellphones. On Friday […]

  • 03.30.2010

    ecoartspace: What Matters Most?

    ecoartspace invites you to participate in our first NYC benefit exhibition titled What Matters Most? The show and benefit party will be hosted by Exit Art in NYC from April 15 – 28th, 2010. Participating artists have the option of creating an original artwork related to the blog entry of their choice or donating an […]

  • 01.16.2008

    Nature Version 2.0

    Colgate University’s Clifford Art Gallery January 21 – February 16, 08 Hamilton, N.Y. Natalie Jeremijenko, Brooke Singer, Joline Blais, Tom Sherman, Jane Marsching, Don Miller (aka no carrier), Colin Ives, Alex Galloway, Amy Franceschini, Michael Alstad, and Andrea Polli Nature Version 2.0: Ecological Modernities and Digital Environmentalism, is a survey of artists who reinvent environmentalism […]

  • 05.07.2007

    ambient living energy tree

    an ambient visualisation device that controls the watering & feeding of a tree depending on the energy usage & the monitoring of appliances, heating/cooling, and recycling habits. if the user is extremely efficient with energy use, the tree receives nutrients & water, while it will “poison & malnourish the tree, eventually killing it”, otherwise. benarent.co.uk […]