sustainability

Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, FI:AF
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Eyebeam is thrilled to be participating in Farm City: Where Are You Growing? A Celebration of Urban Agriculture!

 
Start Date: 
2 Sep 2010
Hours: 
6:30PM-9:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
LMCC Windowfarms Swing Space
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Windowfarms is hosting an opening reception for the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Swing Space installation.  Located in lower Manhattan, on view are various Windowfarms, a DIY wind turbine and solar panel, plastic-free systems, LED arrays, seaweed nutrient resesarch, and more.

 

Windowfarms

156 Williams St. (Storefront)

New York, NY

 

contact: info@windowfarms.org

 
Projects: Windowfarms
People: Britta Riley, Andrew Carter, Michael Doherty, Ted Ullrich
Research: Sustainability
Tags: sustainability

A molecular gastronomer and environmental artist team up to make diners reconsider the source of their food and the impacts of their eating habits

[Published 2nd July 2010 03:17 PM GMT]

The first dinner of the Cross (x) Species supper club last Saturday straddled science, environmentalism and performance art.

 
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re:farm the city - tools for urban farmers

it is a mix of a good meal (the crop, the friends, the seeds, ...) , hardware (the urban farm, the composter, the electronics, the sensors, recycled materials, ...), software (build a farm according to your personal needs, your local vegetables, local gastronomy, ...) that will give you the tools to design, control and manage your farm during its life.

Project Created: 
June 2010
 
Start Date: 
19 Jun 2010
Cost: 
workshop $40; dinner $100; combo $120
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam hosts the Cross Species (xSpecies) Adventure Club, a supper club for humans and non-humans to explore a tasty bio-diverse future. Each event is an experience of the depth and complexity of our interconnections with nonhumans, exploring the web that traces our gastronomic, economic and material interdependency with butterflies, snails, geese, bats and other intelligent and delicious creatures. This supper club will present 5 courses of foods delicious and nutritious to both humans and nonhumans, with wine, beer and edible cocktail pairing and a take-home. This on-going lifestyle experiment is created by Natalie Jeremijenko, Mihir Desai (gastronomist superstar), Emilie Baltz of Fork & Design (design oversight), and other intelligent creatures. Dinner preceded by 3PM Workshop. Seating is strictly limited.

 

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Projects: Cross(x)Species Adventure Club
People: Emilie Baltz, Mihir Desai, Natalie Jeremijenko
Research: Sustainability
Tags: dinner, food, sustainability
 
People: David Benjamin, Soo-in Yang
Research: Sustainability
Tags: architecture, feedback, Open City, sustainability

“window farms”, make me realize the ingenuity and innovation that urban dwellers

 

Sarah Cook: Curating The Upstarts

 
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