Insight: ‘Seed Systems – Speculative Ecologies in XR Art’, how to reimagine ecological systems, δημοσίευση στο CLOT MagazineMarilena Pateraki
Sky Fine Foods and peer to space have joined forces to present Seed Systems: Speculative Ecologies in XR Art. This hybrid exhibition will be presented at SOMA Berlin. It will show new works created by six international artists (Alison Bennett, Nicholas Delap, Matthew D. Gantt, Mohsen Hazrati, Nadine Kolodziey and Lauren Moffatt) who use augmented and virtual realities to explore speculative approaches to future human-nature relationships, shaping spatial and sonic occurrence of growth and foliage. These artists have united their expertise in virtual world-building and plant knowledge, shaping alternative ecologies and biologies.
Inspired by gardens that carefully construct spaces of experience and discourse, the exhibition considers how new media can be used to reimagine ecological systems and facilitate mindful, inclusive futures. Planting seeds of reflection and growth raises questions of what we can do at a small scale to initiate patterns for the greater system.
The project, initiated by STYLY and supported by Radiance, is curated by Peggy Schoenegge (peer to space) and Miriam Arbus (Sky Fine Foods). The presented new XR artworks lend a critical edge to neo ecologies, inviting visitors to interact with new digital media and participate in an exchange of ideas and discourse for potential futures. Inspired by gardens that carefully construct spaces of experience and discussion, the exhibition considers how new media can be used to reimagine ecological systems and facilitate mindful, inclusive futures.
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