Posts Tagged ‘eco-art’

adam zaretsky: seed bombing

Seed Bombing @ Subtle Technologies Community Day Date: June 6th Time: 9:30AM-4:30PM – ALL DAY! Summary Design Your Own Creative, EcoArt, Outdoor, Ecoventionist, Seed-Bomb Sculpture. Create an installation in the open outdoors that explores anarcho-expression around issues of Ecology, Foreign Species Release, Kitsch Ornament, Public Art and Rewilding. Use clay, manure, soil and seeds (all […]

cape farewell

Cape Farewell pioneers the cultural response to climate change. Working internationally, we bring artists, scientists and communicators together to stimulate the production of art founded in scientific research. Using creativity to innovate, we engage artists for their ability to evolve and amplify a creative language, communicating on a human scale the urgency of the global […]

joseph ingoldsby: requiem for a drowning landscape

subtle technologies presentation That narrow ribbon of marsh between land and sea is dying. What is killing the salt marsh is still not fully known. The stress of coastal development, pollution, sea level rise, warming trends and constricted growing area may develop stress related pathogens which infect, attack and kill the marsh grass and allow […]

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 […]

contingent ecologies

contingent ecologies

curated by Camille Turner and Michael Alstad Presented as a partnership between: InterAccess, Year Zero One, and the Subtle Technologies Festival exhibition run: May 22 to June 12 opening reception: Friday, June 4th: 7:30pm Each year Subtle Technologies presents an international festival bringing scientists, artists and designers together to share ideas, science and artworks around […]