Ecohacker Creates Vertex of Art and Speculative Thinking in the Woods #ArtTuesday
Ecohacker has created a structure in the woods of Delhi, NY, which represents sustainability, open culture and decentralization.
This summer, the EcoHacker artist collective is creating its first LARGE SCALE art installation. We’re gathering a group of ten artists, architects and hackers to build a networked, semi-autonomous structure in the woods of Delhi, NY. We intend the structure to become a core symbol in representing what we believe to be the three most important concerns of the 21st century: sustainability, open culture and decentralization. Participating Artists: Sally Bozzuto (sallybozzuto.com), Sophia Sobers (sophiasobers.net), Chihao Yo (chihaoyo.me), Terri Chiao (asmallspace.com, eternitystew.com), Adam Frezza (adamfrezza.com, eternitystew.com), Gene Kogan (genekogan.com), Jon Sims (chromadetic.com), Brian House (brianhouse.net), Anne Goldenberg (lerse.net), David Kim and others.
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