Christy Rupp, “Watershed Glassware”, 2000
The work of New York based artist, Christy Rupp sparkles with wit and environmental information. Concerned with water issues, bacterial pathogens, urban ecology and genetically engineered foods, Rupp creates glassware, functional sculpture and public spaces populated with artificial wildlife.
Warming skies over the earth
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Two videos that advocate for a nuclear-free future by Eve Andree Laramee will be presented in the Uranium Film Festival at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janiero. Laramee’s videos will be presented in the experimental animation category: … finish reading Eve Andree Laramee, Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janiero
As I reflect on the underlying why of all of this: Plenty has been said about the big changes going on globally: climate change, mass species extinction, peak oil, peak topsoil, peak water, etc. and the apparent incapacity of our … finish reading Context for an ecoart Unconference
COP 16: Views & Visiones by Conceição Praun. This new publication comes at a time when organizations are negotiating the future of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban and provides an encompassing state-of-the-art picture of the last COP … finish reading COP 16: Views & Visiones by Conceição Praun
Art and Sustainability Connecting Patterns for a Culture of Complexity July 2011, 514 S., kart., zahl. Abb., 39,80 € ISBN 978-3-8376-1803-7 Reihe Image