Sky, Ants, and Talking to Plants

4 Jun 2013

Event times

6:30 - 8:30 pm

Cost of entry

Tickets: £5 / cons £3

Arcola Theatre

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • Bus: 30, 38, 67, 76, 149, & 243
  • Rail: Dalston Kingsland Station (North London Line)

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6.30-8.30pm Tuesday 4th June 2013 Arcola Theatre,”¨24 Ashwin St, Dalston, London - E8 3DL. Train: Dalston Junction overland station. Tickets: £5 / cons £3 Invisible Dust invites you to a presentation by New York experimenter, environmental engineer and artist Natalie Jeremijenko together with the ‘ant ballet' architect, artist and designer Ollie Palmer discussing with host Kasia Molga how technology is being applied by artists to explore, conserve and relate to our environment. Click to buy tickets - Speakers Profile: Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist whose background includes studies in biochemistry, physics, neuroscience and precision engineering. She was recently named one of the 40 most influential designers by I.D. Magazine and listed in Fast Company's most influential women in technology. Jeremijenko is the director of the environmental health clinic and associate professor at New York University. Ollie Palmer is a designer and artist. He a collaborator with Open H2O and Protei (open source projects developing oceanic technologies) and a tutor in the Interactive Architecture Workshop at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL. Host: Kasia Molga is a media artist who explores changes in our perception and relationship with the planet in the increasingly technologically mediated world. She deals with real time environment and data visualisation - where the data becomes a pretext, motor and platform behind the work.

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