Posts Tagged: eco-art

PandoraBird Premiers at The International Symposium of Electronic Arts

I am so please to be presenting PandoraBird at The International Symposium of Electronic Arts in Hong Kong this year. This art work is in collaboration with Ahmed Elgammal and  The Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University. The project premiers

PandoraBird Premiers at The International Symposium of Electronic Arts

I am so please to be presenting PandoraBird at The International Symposium of Electronic Arts in Hong Kong this year. This art work is in collaboration with Ahmed Elgammal and  The Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Rutgers University. The project premiers

PandoraBird: Identifying the Types of Music That May Be Favored by Our Avian Co-Inhabitants at DigiHuman Lab Rutgers University

PandoraBird: Identifying the Types of Music That May Be Favored by Our Avian Co-Inhabitants is a site-specific installation that uses computer vision and interactive software to track the music choices made by local feeder birds. The project is in collaboration with

PandoraBird: Identifying the Types of Music That May Be Favored by Our Avian Co-Inhabitants at DigiHuman Lab Rutgers University

PandoraBird: Identifying the Types of Music That May Be Favored by Our Avian Co-Inhabitants is a site-specific installation that uses computer vision and interactive software to track the music choices made by local feeder birds. The project is in collaboration with

The Endangered Species Recipe Book, animals that have gone extinct or are going extinct and the recipes that we have used to eat them, 2014

The naturalist E.O. Wilson, believes that by the end of this century—in our lifetimes, we will lose half of all plants, animals and birds on our planet, if our current rate of ecological destruction continues. The Endangered Species Recipe Book,

The Endangered Species Recipe Book, animals that have gone extinct or are going extinct and the recipes that we have used to eat them, 2014

The naturalist E.O. Wilson, believes that by the end of this century—in our lifetimes, we will lose half of all plants, animals and birds on our planet, if our current rate of ecological destruction continues. The Endangered Species Recipe Book,

Sweaters for Plants, FloraBorgs and the Songs We Sing at AESS

I am a sculptor who is interested in my culture’s interactions with the natural world. The pieces that I make often concern the concept of a biotope—small environments that are shared by multiple species, including humans. This work may also

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Sweaters for Plants, FloraBorgs and the Songs We Sing at AESS

I am a sculptor who is interested in my culture’s interactions with the natural world. The pieces that I make often concern the concept of a biotope—small environments that are shared by multiple species, including humans. This work may also

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Art and Science Collaboration from the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences

In answer to quarries about art and science collaboration, below is an excerpt from an article I wrote for the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The text here recounts several of the art and science collaborations concerning ecological issues that

Art and Science Collaboration from the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences

In answer to quarries about art and science collaboration, below is an excerpt from an article I wrote for the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. The text here recounts several of the art and science collaborations concerning ecological issues that

Corpor Esurit, or we all deserve a break today

The ants, in the Copor Esurit installation came from a commercial ant farm supplier. During the exhibition they tunneled, foraged and made good food choices. The life span of the ants in the installation’s habitat was carefully measured and was,

Corpor Esurit, or we all deserve a break today

The ants, in the Copor Esurit installation came from a commercial ant farm supplier. During the exhibition they tunneled, foraged and made good food choices. The life span of the ants in the installation’s habitat was carefully measured and was,