Metamorphosis or Dysregulation Within the Communication and Feeding Networks of Earth
99% of biota on earth is microbial in nature and all forms of life contain symbiotic networks of fungi, bacteria and viruses that work to communicate and trade between one another in languages made up of chemical and hormonal transmissions.
James MacAllister says, “We are all Lichens....
MycorrhizalIt Comes In Waves
Microbes have many different networks within the biosphere that allows for interspecies symbiosis
as well as the distribution of information and nutrients. What are the implications of the introduction of synthetic materials into the environment and how will it affect these systems?
Anthropocene: An Epoch, a period in the history of earth, marked by...
Light Threads the Tunnel/Forgetting
Veda Thozhur Kolleri
This body of work includes drawings of organic objects formed by different processes - a termite infestation, natural growth, or being weathered by the sea. Common to these objects is their deep crevices, indicated by the darkest lines in drawing. Sheets of glass with lines engraved on them are placed over the drawings, held by iron stands. These lines are cast as shadows on...
Cool Memories of Remote Gods
et in the remnants of hippie trails in India, the video draws from the history of 1960s counterculture groups and their appropriation of spiritual ideas as a phenomenon contemporaneous with the development of the personal computer and cybernetics. No longer as active as they once were, these trails still bear the signs of the techno-fictional — overlaid with ancient spiritual regimens
Collage is not a new medium. But in the digital age how can binary subject/object dissolve or at the least teeter within the trope of The Cyborg? Or conceivably it is the opposite. Perhaps it’s not the dissolutions of edges but the very definition of them that enables the act of mutation as such. Hybrid_Enviroscapes explore this meeting point as a spatial deceleration.