Heliotrope is a 12 minute audio and light experience about the seasons. It has been created by a team of artists, designers and scientists, working together to explore the impact of light on minds and bodies.
It’s taking place in the Kibble Palace,
We need to learn to adapt to the environmental crises we have created.
Zoltán Grossman’s article No Longer the Miner’s Canary: Indigenous Nations’ Response to Climate Change published on Terrain.org argues that there are significant lessons to learn from indigenous
PLATFORM, the interdisciplinary social and enviromental practice working across arts, activism, education and research are in Scotland next week contributing to the Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Glasgow as well as
T J Demos’ review in Brooklyn Rail of the gardening and other ecological projects at dOCUMENTA. He’s positive about the projects, but critical of dOCUMENTA’s lack of any overarching critical framework.
Stephen Leahy’s article (published by the Inter Press Service) on the “uncharted territory” of an ice-free arctic makes interesting reading. It’s not just a problem for the indigenous peoples of the circumpolar region. It’s not just a problem for polar bears, although they
Companies have ‘personhood,’ ie. a legal identity equivalent to people in the sense that they can enter into contracts and agreements (see Wikipedia article). This is a subject of considerable argument, and there are several campaigns to remove this status.
On the other
The New Scientist’s CultureLab blog ran a story, Bio-artists who tinker with tools of science, in early August on artists working with “the tools of science.” The article draws in particular on the work of SymbioticA. It doesn’t talk about Critical Art Ensemble or
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