Developing the culture to create a sustainable civilisation Intercreate is pleased to announce that SCANZ 2015 themed on Water & Peace, will take place in Taranaki from the second or third week of January 2015 until the first week of February. Supported by Creative New Zealand, this will be the fifth SCANZ residency. We are [...]
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Intercreate.org projects and exhibitions This page has introductory information about Intercreate.org projects, which include our biennial project SCANZ, exhibitions in Albuquerque, Istanbul, Rio and in Aotearoa New Zealand. Upcoming We are currently working on exhibition projects for Sydney, Santa Fe and Nga Motu New Plymouth. SCANZ 2015 will most likely be themed Wai (water) and [...]
Intercreate.org is a project based research centre which consists of an international network of people interested in interdisciplinary and intercultural creativity. Project foci include interdisciplinary projects and residencies with a strong focus on environment. Intercreate is a not-for-profit trust that is registered with the Charities Commission of New Zealand. About the Centre Intercreate.org arose from [...]
Solar Circuit Aotearoa New Zealand (SCANZ) Solar Circuit Aotearoa New Zealand (SCANZ) is New Zealand’s premier art, technology, culture and ecology event and involves a symposium, creative residency, and public events and exhibitions. Occurring biennially, it has typically involved a mix of Aotearoa New Zealand and international artists, producers, theorists and curators many of whom [...]
We are living at the bottom of an ocean of air. Ecologist and artist Ramon Guardans, teams up with artists Tega Brain and Kirsty Boyle to do some micro meteorology while on the SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens residency in New Plymouth.
During the SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens creative residency, Artist and Scientist Ramon Guardans took an air sample at the same time each day of the two week residency, sealing and placing it within a growing installation for the project. These captured air samples were traced in time using the NOAA HYSPLIT model to reveal their [...]
This microevent consists of live video and audio based on underground water movement in Pukekura Park. The artists have been exploring its water flows and this understanding
will impact the video and audio they perform. Fernery House 1, Thursday Jan 27th, 21h-22h.
Leah Barclay (AU) and Keith Armstrong (AU) (as part of Remnant/Emergency Artlab/SCANZ 2011: Eco sapiens) invite you to an immersive sound walk on the Te Henui Walkway this Wednesday 26th January. The work invites an acute sensitisation to this place solely through the often ignored senses of sound. The 20 minute experience reveals remnant sonic [...]
Emerging from PLUME, Raewyn Turner and Richard Newcomb, is a work in progress 4000 Varieties of Orange by Raewyn Turner and Brian Harris. This new work explores the idea that humans living in cultures have a distinct smell–which indicates that the smell of the food we eat, the flavour and fragrances may flow into the [...]
In the era of increased scientific debate about the terraforming of Mars (a process of chemical warming of the frozen Martian climate) in order to sustain a future human population, the Areosphere and Atmosphere project enacts a sensorial connection between Earth and Mars.