Monthly Archives: October 2010

WANTED: Your Old Bikes for SCANZ 2011

Do you have an old bike going unused? The Let’s Go project is keen for the more than 20 artists, scientists and presenters from SCANZ 2011 to go by foot, bike or bus for the duration of their stay in New Plymouth (17-30 January 2011).

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Sustaining Collaborative Practice – Local Time

How do we sustain platforms for collaboration which are responsive to emerging creative practices? As a collective we intend to research the sustainable conditions for interdisciplinary artistic collaboration.

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Stringer

Stringer is the inobtusive reflection through observation, images and discussion with participants, of the connections created through events such as SCANZ. Here Melinda uses the multifaceted connecting metaphor of string.. something which binds, yet is temporary, flexible and easily accessible.

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Walking art and a short introduction – Brett Stalbaum for C5

Some notes on the the history of walking art and the kinds of things I am interested in relative to walking art for participants in the 60 Springs project…

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Taranaki Platform Ecologies – Andrew Gryf Paterson

Andrew Gryf Paterson’s project ‘Taranaki Platform Ecologies’ responds to and sets
 out to nourish, the online platforms surrounding Puke Ariki, by exploring,
 documenting and bridging online/offline aspects of the former wiki, and soon
 to be kete.

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THE REMNANT – Keith Armstrong, Leah Barclay and collaborators

In a consultation with local groups, THE REMNANT project brings forth those things that remain of earlier local ecological systems. In meditating on these remains from the past, the project allows us to also conceive ideas for how current landscapes and environments might function in the future.  Participate as part of the Festival of Lights […]

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Incompatible Elements – Josephine Starrs & Leon Cmielewski

downstream installation: Australian Embassy Gallery, Washington DC, USA, September, 2009

The failure of nations to reach an agreement at the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen last year has highlighted a huge gap between scientific consensus and public perceptions of climate change. Downstream is a media art installation, which explores ways of representing the relationship between nature and culture. Employing poetic texts embedded into animated satellite […]

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SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens

Examples of Creative Residency projects: Extinction or adaptation? Evolution or Revolution? What are we facing? We know we have built a civilisation which is unsustainable. How are we developing today the new culture that will allow us to create a sustainable civilisation? — Roger Malina, Astrophysicist and Editor of Leonardo The great work of our […]

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Biomodd Workshop — Materials & Organising

This is a list of all the materials and space requirements for the Biomodd workshop for us to gather these or input on where to find them, crossing things off as we go. See anything you can donate?

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Creative Bike Workshops — Ideas Page

Inspiring examples to show what you could do…

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