“A mudlark is someone who scavenges in river mud for items of value, a term used especially to describe those who scavenged this way in London during the late 18th and 19th centuries” Looking for a subject for the upcoming exhibition ‘Experiencing change/Changing experience’ at ONCA in Brighton, I found a subject very close to … Continue reading Modern Mudlarking
Entropy Nature has a particular way to deal with things. An element of chance is inherent in natural processes. A disorderly arrangement is much more probable than an orderly one if laws of nature are allowed to act without interference. Entropy is to consider that all processes of change are irreversible. This include natural processes … Continue reading Carmen Lamberti
Eco:thoughts / January 2016 Continue reading E:thoughts
Maslow’s ‘Hierarchy of Needs’ gets a revisit by the e-collective during one of our Skype cafè conversations. Below ‘Repairarchy’ by Bridget Harvey and Marina Velez take on re-thinking the pyramid with an added blue intervention by Ilse. Continue reading Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
To do or not to do_Credits_Synopsis Continue reading TO DO OR NOT TO DO
The e:collective first publication MILK. is a compilation of thoughts about art and sustainability. It will delight readers giving an insight into the world of contemporary art, artists practices and contemporary art research. You can order your copy here Continue reading MILK.
The residency creates a platform for artists to engage in cross disciplinary dialogue with scientists, biologists, economists and other experts. Artists who are preoccupied with sustainability can facilitate, through their practice, the conditions to create new knowledges necessary to face new challenges, particularly those created by human activity. Working across disciplines allows these ideas to … Continue reading Cambridge Sustainability Residency
The e-collective is a collaborative art project of International artists, writers, designers and curators who all deal in their practices with issues of environmental sustainability, social rights and political activism. Through a series of artists’ residencies, participatory art projects and publications, this fluid, nomadic and anti-hierarchical organism explores the ways contemporary practices hint at and actualise a wider definition of … Continue reading About