Electrosmog

Amanda McDonald Crowley, executive director of Eyebeam, New York City's non-profit art and technology center, will explore some of the work artists are doing on food and sustainability issues in a talk on Thursday, April 1, at the Burchfield Penney Art Center.

 
Projects: Electrosmog
Tags: education, safari7, Electrosmog, UWAC, eyebeam

Mark Belinsky, Digital Democracy is at Electrosmog in Amsterdam takes pic of Beka Economopoulos @ Eyebeam, presenting on the Branded Cities panel.

 

http://www.electrosmogfestival.net/2010/03/18/branded-cities/

 
Projects: Electrosmog
People: Mark Belinsky, Beka Economopoulos
Research: Sustainability
Tags: Festival of Sustainable Immobility, Electrosmog
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Doris Cacoilo is an artist, activist, curator, and educator. She worked with student residents during UWAC Day 2010 to workshop a guerrilla gardening adventure.

 
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Tattfoo took part in UWAC Day 2010 by collecting pledges for environmental stewardship, and teaching people the basics of urban friendly, worm-based composting.

 
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Matthew was a presenter for UWAC Day 2010. He invited participants to sign up for Freespace, an initiative which will be made up of forgotten spaces, private spaces, and lost spaces. People are invited to go out and find and reclaim a space, or donate a space they control in some way for a period of time.

 
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Liz was a presenter at UWAC Day 2010.  She invited participants to re-establish wilderness in NYC by recreating a lost world where beavers dammed and turtles swan in flowing steams, and foxed frollicked under tower trees.

 
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Jay is a filmmaker/artist and presenter at UWAC 2010 where using a simple mixture of regional wildflower seeds, soil, and clay, he showed participants how to make their own flower bombs.

 

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MARCH 18 + 20, 2010: ElectroSmog International Festival for Sustainable Immobility

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As part of the Urban WIlderness Action Center, Myriel Milicevic + Jon Cohrs are organizing the Berlin Micro-Turf Expedition. With a team of self-defined experts (you), we will survey parking lot ecosystems, abandoned infrastructures, trade routes, and micro habitats of Berlin by dissecting the fringe-ecologies within the city.

The expedition will report back live to the ElectroSmog festival with its band of specialists who will setup up camp in several different areas in Berlin.

 
Projects: Urban Wilderness Action Center
People: Jon Cohrs
Tags: UWAC, sustainability, Festival of Sustainable Immobility, Electrosmog
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