[April 27] Art in a Changing Climate

Panel/Discussion begins at 1pm (approx. 1 hour)

LOCATION: Harvestworks Art and Technology Program Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island

Part of “MY _____ IS AN ECOSYSTEM”, a LiveCode.NYC Exhibition/Residency

Join an interactive discussion with four artists/educators on the challenge of making art in the face of climate change, engaging with themes ranging from solarpunk to permacomputing. How can we make art in a sustainable way? How might sustainable practices open up new artistic possibilities rather than be seen as constraints? How can we make code / digital art that can be enjoyed a thousand years from now? In the face of climate change, how might we make a turn from environmental pessimism to the radical optimism of solarpunk and other movements?

This event features Tega Brain, Sam Lavigne, Alex Nathanson, and Allison Parrish, and will be moderated by Eric Lee.

RSVP here

Suggested Donation: $5-25

Limited capacity. Ticket/RSVP/donation is not required but is encouraged and appreciated!

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