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About Trudy Lane
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Entries by Trudy Lane
Information Comes from the Sun 2011, Julian Priest, Solar powered monitor, Video animation, Media player, Photovoltaic cells Open System Closed 2011, Julian Priest, Assemblage (nine underwater camera cases, found objects) Discussion “Information comes from The Sun” is a video artwork consisting of an animation of The Sun that was first shown at ISEA […]
Using bike pedal-powered smoothie blenders and various food-foraging expeditions, Dhyana creates a connecting device between the power of fresh nutrient-rich food, and the pragmatic politics of finding or growing sources of fresh food today.
In this project artist Raewyn Turner and nanobiotechnologist Richard Newcomb focus on the unconscious perception of the human plume — the scents and particles we all shed behind us in the form of a wake. Research shows that the plume may include emotional state information. If this is true, what impact might the many new synthetic flavours being created have on our reading of the emotional signals of our everyday lives?
We will hold a miniature version of the Green Bikes scheme during the event in order to try to get all our residency participants on safe, self-propelled, carbon-zero transport. The bikes will then be sold and the proceeds will go to Hive Taranaki, the regional environment centre.
January 18-21, 24–25, 27–28, from 10am–4pm at SCANZ Central – 109 Devon Street West (next to Kina). Combining technology, ecologies and gaming – in this workshop participants will explore how to create an energy-exchange between open source computer technology with the living environment. Workshops times may vary according to need, and you are welcome to stop by at any time.
The Pollinator Frocks Project involves members of the public, garden lovers, and bees, butterflies, moths, flowers and plants. Frocks treated to attract pollinating insects are taken on walkabout around the city, parks and surrounds, and hung in Pukekura Park at night.
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 […]
Inspiring examples to show what you could do…
February 3-13 — Slowflow invites artists, technologists and environmentalists on a journey down the Whanganui River by double hulled 22 person waka haurua (canoe) and bicycle, creating a setting for a flow of conversations – Te Ia Kōrero.