FLORA&FAUNAVISION

Giardino Della Luna Magenta
Progettata per stimolare la conversazione sulla sostenibilità, le competenze tecnologiche e multimediali in modo giocoso e intuitivo, questa installazione video interattiva comprende tre distinti ambienti visivi (Sunrise Garden, Moon Garden, Magenta Moon) arricchiti con elementi intuitivi e interattivi in ​​tempo reale. L’ambiente e l’esperienza straordinari sono affiancati da contenuti ed eventi online che affrontano argomenti che vanno dall’incitamento all’odio ai cambiamenti climatici, affiancati da un ampio spettro di contenuti online, conferenze e workshop in loco.

Flora&faunavision

Magenta Moon Garden
Designed to spark conversation around sustainability, tech and media skills in a playful and intuitive way, this interactive, walkthrough video installation comprises three distinct visual environments (Sunrise Garden, Moon Garden, Magenta Moon) enriched with intuitive, interactive real-time elements. The stunning environment and experience is flanked by online contents and events that tackle topics from hate speech to climate change, flanked by a wide spectrum of online contents, talks and on-site workshops.

ELIŠKA SKY

IN THE WORLD OF HANAFUDA
IN THE WORLD OF HANAFUDA CARDS is a photographic, video and set design installation exhibition created by Eliška Sky Kyselková. The exhibition project intends to be a gate and homage to Japanese aesthetics and the beauty of nature. The visuals are inspired by Japanese card game Hanafuda, where each set of cards graphically portrays one month of the year with fauna & flora of that season.

 

Michael Frank

Beetle in Undergrowth
“I have a strong background in zoology and botany. When I’m rendering realistic or fanciful depictions of flora and fauna, I constantly fall back on my studies and research. Since all of my artwork involves 3D computer imaging, I rely heavily on organic geometry and algorithms that govern natural branching and growth patterns. My art mimics nature in more ways than one.” Michael Frank

DOUG FOSTER

MOONLAND
The gravitational pull of the Moon creates tides in the Earth’s oceans and distorts the Earth’s crust. It was instrumental in the evolutionary journey of life from the sea to the land. The reproductive cycles of many flora and fauna still follow the rhythms of the Moon.

GRAHAM THOMPSON

Synthetic Sustainability

Graham Thompson tries to redefine urbanism by proposing urban synthetic hyper structures that sustainably manage urban density, personal space, and communal areas. A fresh graduate from the Bartlett School of Architecture the proposal features undulated surface towers, farming zones, clean energy generating systems, green transportation facilities and recreational areas. The sustainable structure would come along a water depository within barren undeveloped land ready for zoning. The undulating bionic towers of the project would act as urban farming zones that promote local flora and fauna managed by the inhabitants for sustainable growth. These agricultural zones have individual harvesting grids with water filtration and nutrient monitoring systems. The tower canopies are layered with solar recharging zones to harvest solar energy and locally meet power needs. Graham also visualizes eco train stations for green transportation along with green service stations for eco car charging.

JASON DE MARTE

Pink Placebo

I work digitally, combining images of fabricated and artificial flora and fauna with graphic elements and commercially produced products such as processed food, domestic goods and pharmaceutical products. I look at how these seemingly unrelated and absurd groupings and composites begin to address attitudes and understandings of the contemporary experience. I represent the natural world through completely unnatural elements to speak metaphorically and symbolically of our mental separation from what is “real”, and compare and contrast this with the consumer world we surround ourselves with as a consequence.