We’re honored to be featured in this new amazing book: Field to Palette: Dialogues on Soil and Art in the Anthropocene. edited by Alexandra Toland, Jay Stratton Noller, Gerd Wessolek. CRC Press. Nov. 2018. Link to Google Books Link to Excerpt featuring SporaStudios. Chapter 4, “Artisanal Soil“. By Sue Spaid.
A project By Jesse James / AVT 385 EcoArt Proposal The issue that I wish to address in the Grow project is one that pertains to land use; more so, guerrilla gardening tactics (seed bombing, moss graffiti, co-op/troop digs, etc.). The approach is going to be one that relates to human
GREEN STUDIO ORGANIC VEGETABLE GARDEN a project by Dean Pike The organic vegetable garden was established in the George Mason University (GMU) School of Art Green Studio space in May 2016. It was built by a team of students enrolled in AVT-385, Eco-Art under the guidance of Professor Mark Cooley.
Vertical Garden by Nicholas Daughtry & Heena Chotani Zone 7 Winter plants Vegetables: Cabbage Family Collards (brassica oleracea) large, spoon shaped, smooth leaves stem grows 36 inches; roots run around plant so mulching is necessary. deeply ruffled sturdy leaves Kale Stem grows 24 inches; roots run around plant so mulching is
The Late Harvest by Melanie Columbus http://melaniecolumbus.weebly.com/ Concept and Design The premise behind my concept is a reflection and response to Damien Hirst’s sculptural pieces using preservation methods to halt the rate and effects of decomposition. His preservation of mortality is a unique approach to art as he submerses organic
It was the best year yet for the Noise Awareness festival, and once again pizza was the sustenance that helped sustain the sonic mayhem into the early hours of the morning. Could it be that the intense sounds of that evening are now somehow encoded in the fibers of cardboard like grooves on a
theharshnoiselevelofbirds and Radiation, Its Legal! by Bird Hansen An interactive installation held at gmu’s crit space meant to bring about information on the decline of bird populations in north america due in part to overwhelming amounts of garbage interrupting their habitats as well as the influence consumerism has on people