Tag: ecology

To mark the culmination of the project “A Sea Change”, Quo Artis presents the VR exhibition “Beyond a Sea Change. Rethinking the Mediterranean” which will be available online through the Vortic Art platform, the project’s website and at the exhibition space of Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site during the duration of the physical exhibition ” A Sea on Edge” until the 30th of April, 2024.

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To finalize the project “A Sea Change”, Quo Artis presents the exhibition “A sea on edge”, which presents a series of works that epitomize the interdisciplinary research collaboration that has been taking place in the two years of duration of this international project.

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Join us for the EMAP Artist Talk by Robertina Šebjanič on “aqua_forensic”, the work she created in collaboration with Gjino Šutić, at Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site on March 8th, 2024, 12:00-13:00. Discover how our actions impact oceans; reserve your free seat due to limited space.

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Call for 2 artist research- based residencies in rural areas in Italy, in collaboration with Alce Nero, one production grant and one research-based residency in the Barcelona area, in collaboration with Ferrer Sustainability, Tectum Garden and Fundació Catalunya La Pedrera.

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Tatiana Kourochkina, director of Quo Artis, presents ‘Challenges and confluences: Quo Artis, towards eco-literacy through art and science’ at the conference promoted by the Institut Menorquí d’Estudis (ME) to promote transversal relations between various disciplines and stimulate the transfer of knowledge.

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Quo Artis participates in the panel “Curating Within Crises” which is part of this interdisciplinary event, curated by Dr Suzy O’Hara, University of Sunderland, designed as a gathering of diverse perspectives and experiences to share environmentally-conscious creative practices that deepen understanding of our relationship with our natural world.

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In the framework of PUZZLE X, the world’s leading event for Exponential Technologies for the future, on Thursday the 9th of November, Tatiana Kourotchkina, Founder & Director of Quo Artis will present the projects “Roots & Seeds XXI” and “A Sea Change”.

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In the framework of RESOURCE, the 10th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology, Tatiana Kourotchkina, Founder & Director of Quo Artis will present the project A Sea Change at the opening of the exhibition ‘ Sources @ RE:SOURCE ’, which will take place on Friday, September 15th at Scuola Grande dei Carmini Sestiere Dorsoduro 2617, Venezia, starting at 8 p.m.

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Epicuro Lab invites you to join their upcoming participatory event which will take place on the 3rd of June at the MhIC (The Museum of History of Immigration in Catalonia) to explore the unexpected relationships that can be can established between plants and social issues.

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On Wednesday the 17th of May at 11 am (CET) Quo Artis presents Epicuro Lab’s  project “Working Plants from Afar” at ISEA 2023- Symbiosis, the 28th edition of the International Sympoisum of Electronic Art. This is a project developed as a series of participatory workshops and an ephemeral installation at the garden of the Museum of the History of Inmigration in Catalonia (MhiC). 

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On the 17th of May, from 12 PM to 1.15 PM, at ISEA in Paris, The Traveling Plant will discover the Nelson Mandela Garden, located right above the ISEA venue at Forum des images. Together with artist Eva-Maria Lopez and the participation of ISEA attendees.

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D.E.P. Plàstic. The Funeral of Single-use Plastic. 15 December, 2018

Committed to the environment, Quo Artis allocates its resources to the Whater? project, whose name comes from the question of What Water is around us? The artistic-scientific project Whater? Aims to investigate, disseminate and raise awareness about the negative effects of plastic on the environment to the widest possible public. The artistic-scientific project Whater? Aims to investigate, disseminate and raise awareness about the negative effects of plastic on the environment to the widest possible public.

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