Green Corridor Travels to Subtle Technologies
Windsor’s Green Corridor will be featured in a panel discussion and exhibition at this years subtle technologies festival centred on sustainability ……. See you there.
For 3 days in June at the 13th annual Subtle Technologies Festival, an exciting line up of scientists, artists and designers will journey from around the world to share ideas, science and artworks that explore this year’s theme – Sustainability.
May 29th & 30th - Workshop
June 4th - Symposium & Exhibition Opening
June 5th - Symposium & Art & Science Cruise
June 6th - Community Day – drop in for a screening, talk, tour or kids activity (free)
- Symposium and Community Day – Innis Town Hall, University of Toronto
- Exhibition – InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre
- Workshop – Learning Zone, OCAD
- Art & Science Cruise – Pioneer Princess, Queen’s Quay
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Green Corridor featured in contingent ecologies :: investigations at the edge
contingent ecologies :: investigations at the edge
Presented as a partnership between InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, Year Zero One and Subtle Technologies.
Curated by Camille Turner and Michael Alstad.
Dates: Exhibition – May 22 to June 12, 2010. Opening – June 4, 2010.
Location: InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, 9 Ossington Avenue, Toronto
Each year Subtle Technologies presents an international festival bringing scientists, artists and designers together to share ideas, science and artworks around a theme. This year’s focus is on sustainability.
The most innovative, unconventional thinking and solutions often come from the periphery – beyond established structures and norms. contingent ecologies :: investigations at the edge present concepts, ideas and projects byarchitects, designers, artists and community activists from multiple view points coming together to explore and respond to a complexity of environmental and social issues.
Velo City, The Green Corridor and API are sustainable built environments and concepts represented through layers of media; video, installations, audio, photography and sketches within the InterAccess gallery space. Each project offers a glimpse into the process of the conceptualization of an idea. The exhibition continues online via a blog, offering public engagement and participation throughout the festival. The blog will initially feature projects presented in the exhibition and symposium and will then branch out into related territory with additional thematic content curated from online sources.