Patrick Maroso: Solar Drones

 

 

 

 

Alexandre Dang: Sun Drawing

 

 

 

 

Installation by ThoughtBarn

 

 

 

 

Craig Colorusso: Sun Boxes

 

 

 

 

Sunny Side Up – proposal for a public art installation by Hung Fai Tang and Natalie Wong

 

 

 

 

Natalia Eernstman and Bryony Onciul: Miss you Already

 

 

 

 

Lorraine Leeson: ActiveEnergy

 

 

 

 

Felix Prater: 1 of 84 million

 

 

 

 

Petrichor or The Smell of Paris Soils

 

 

 

 

Hannah Imlach: Nautilus Turbine

 

 

 

 

Endless Summer: proposal by Melissa Elliott and Elizabeth Bailey

Feeding the Insatiable

creative explorations of real and imaginary futures

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November 9 -11 2016

Dartington Hall, Devon, England

Energy is an old, wily creature to walk with. It rises from the heat of the Earth’s core, falls in a sunbeam, comes with the tide to form cliffs. It takes people and places, time and technology, to transform and transport energy (it can never be destroyed). How to walk with this ethereal power, and tell its stories? How to imagine and write its futures?

Laura Watts

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Dartington Biomass & Solar

As promised (to those who were on the Renewables walk) we've attached the document that Paul read out which outlines the biomass and solar renewable energy plant on the Dartington estate. Read it...

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for Presenters

If you're presenting at the Summit, please read this page. Make sure you have your presentation available on a USB stick. It's not really possible to be switching computers between sessions.

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We had a problem with the workshop chooser and had to fix it. So the link in your email is now broken, Go here to choose your workshop

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Art…can create a ‘third space’ for public discourse.  By ‘third space’ we mean a space other than the commercial or governmental spaces for people to engage with issues.  This is often characterised by being non-hierarchical, open and willing to embrace contradiction, uncertainty, etc.

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Coming up. Summer has to end sometime... ...

First Friday September 1

September 1, 2017, 1:00pm - September 1, 2017, 4:00pm

First Fridays are an informal gathering and sharing at lunchtime followed by an artist talk. Read more here This month's First Friday takes place in the 'normal' venue of the Garden Room. The guest this month is not a guest at all. Richard Povall will talk about what's next for art.earth, about events in 2017 and ahead to 2018, and other stuff too. It's an opportunity to talk about the work of art.earth and what you'd like to see happen. Like always, you don't need to book and you don't need to be a member, just come along. Invite others!

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...and this is exciting ...

Short Course: Context and Form, Art and Writing

October 30, 2017, 2:00pm - November 3, 2017, 4:00pm

Led by artist Chris Drury and writer Kay Syrad, with guest artist David Buckland. Join us for this residential week as we continue our explorations of relationship with landscape. Part of art.earth’s compelling new programme of short courses. Context and Form, Art and Writing is facilitated by environmental artist Chris Drury and writer Kay Syrad. Their special guest is David Buckland, Founding Director of Cape Farewell. In this five-day intensive, Chris Drury shares his renowned practice of working with form, including whirlpool and vortex, fractal and wave patterns, exploring and investigating how aesthetic forms have the universal enfolded within them but are at the same time particular to individual experience. Full details at artdotearth.org/context-and-form-art-and-writing/

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