Eco-connectivity

Public ArtSci Exhibition Series 

ecosystems, climate change, environmental reclamation

November 3-23

Thaer-Institut, Invalidenstr. 42, 10115 Berlin 

 

Katrina Abbatuan, Suzanne Anker, Theo A. Artz, Megumi Baba, Denise Batchelor, Ying Kit Chan, Adam Crosson, Pedro Cruz, Jose Esquive, Adam Fine of Dropcopter, Liliana Folta, Gorenflos Architekten, Virginia Hanusik, Sasinun, Kladpetch, Dieter Kor, Saskia Krafft, Christina La Sala, Guillaume Le Moine, John D. Liu, Emma Löfstrom, Mara and Tyler Marxt-Lewis, Tapan Moharana, Gerardo Nolasco, Silvia Noronhal, Meadhbh O’Connor, Ashley Peevor, Bonnie Peterson, Nathalie Rainer, Jana Schumacher, Bernhard Schurian, Stefaan van Biesen

 

with special Guest Artists from the School for Visual Arts New York Bio Lab

 

curator : Mp Warming / Artsci

 

in partnership with Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin's Thaer-Institut of Agriculture and Horticulture, Humboldt-Universität and the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin.

 

 

 

 

With support from the Faculty of Life Sciences, international artists working within a wide range of eco thematics - climate change, pollution, ecosystems - are showcased in this fact based exhibition. Artists from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, Sweden, the UK and the USA are featured. The exhibit includes flowerhouse designed by Gorenflos  

artscienceexhibits.com

 

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Bac.V., 2018
Painted plaster, Plastiline  
Bac. CdB., 2018
Painted plaster, Plastiline   
 
Bac. L, 2018
Painted plaster, Plastiline  

The skin of an adult houses an average of one million bacteria per cm2 of skin of more than 500 different species. The skin naturally supports and maintains its own "micro-ecosystem".