Tag: eco art

Rare Forest Project

Rare Forest Project

Unfortunately, The Rare Forest Project may have lost its planned site in Canaan, ME. We are currently exploring alternate sites in Central Maine. The benefits of biodiversity, the variety of life found in the environment, are well known. The greater the diversity of species of […]

Soil City: St. Louis Science Center

Soil City: St. Louis Science Center

SOIL CITY Dust To Dust: For Ozymandias Commissioned by St. Louis Science Center. for “Grow“, a new pavilion and permanent agriculture exhibition at SLSC. Design: Mark Cooley Fabricated with local salvaged cedar by Scott Wunder @ Wunderwoods, St. Louis. Nature is the most gifted sculptor.  But perhaps […]

Green Studio

Green Studio

SoA Green Studio website 2010 – Present Founded by Mark Cooley and located on the grounds of the George Mason University’s Art and Design Campus, SoA Green Studio offers students a living studio in which to creatively explore the interdependence of biological and cultural systems. The […]

EcoScience+Art

EcoScience+Art

Founded by Mark Cooley and Dr. Changwoo Ahn 2013 – Present EcoScience+Art is an initiative and collaboration between the arts and sciences at George Mason University with a mission to bring together individuals working across the boundaries of ecosystem science, art, and design fields to share […]

Form Follows Function: Eco-Art and Its Place in the Sustainability Movement

Form Follows Function: Eco-Art and Its Place in the Sustainability Movement

“Form Follows Function: Eco-Art and Its Place in the Sustainability Movement”, Sustainability: The Journal of Record Please follow and like us:

Matter/Antimatter: A Time Based Work

Matter/Antimatter: A Time Based Work

Matter/Antimatter: A Time Based Work 2013 Materials: plastics, red worms, shredded documents and coffee grounds. A constructed ecosystem which facilitates the transformation of office waste (shredded office paper and coffee grounds) into living dirt. The resulting high grade fertilizer is then used to enrich the […]

Agri-Art: The Death of Agri-Culture or Rise of Cooperatives

Agri-Art: The Death of Agri-Culture or Rise of Cooperatives

“Agri-Art: The Death of Agri-Culture or Rise of Cooperatives”. Mark Cooley. From Green Acres: Artists Farming Fields, Greenhouses and Abandoned Lots Please follow and like us:

EcoCultures

EcoCultures

EcoCultures Website EcoCultures is an exhibition bringing together current cultural productions at the intersections of the arts, sciences and the practice of everyday life to explore the interdependence of our social and biological systems. Mason Hall Atrium Gallery | George Mason University, Fairfax VA September 22 […]

Foraging the VA Forest with Bill Marable

Foraging the VA Forest with Bill Marable

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