Archive for the ‘eco-art’ Category

sarah peebles, laurence packer, rob king: pollination ecology

subtle technologies presentation ‘Resonating Bodies – Bumble Domicile’ was the first of a series of art installations and projects focusing on biodiversity of bees indigenous to the Greater Toronto Area. Bumble Domicile highlighted distinct features of local bumble bees through an observation hive, garden, visual and audio transformations, scent, touch, and biological information. Created by […]

nomadic plants

nomadic plants

The piece is called Nomadic Plants and is part of an exhibition that opens this week at the LABoral gallery in Asturias, Spain. The project draws inspiration from natural processes whereby plants adapt to hostile environments and colonise new territories. “Nowadays robots are a waste of energy: they dance and they move all the time,” […]

the green corridor: noel harding + rod strickland

the green corridor: noel harding + rod strickland

The Green Corridor is a groundbreaking initiative for generating a green redevelopment of the international bridge corridor linking Canada to the United States. As a gateway to the City of Windsor, the corridor presents opportunities to involve local communities in transforming their environment. Traveling along its 2 km length, visitors will experience a new conception […]