Archive for 2011

One Thousand Bees

Posted 7 December 2011 by Heather Green
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Many things impressed me during my week–long ART LAB residency. The first half of our experience at the B2 Institute taught me about the quiet urgency of invasive species coupled with drought and imminent climate change in the southwest.

Travelling North to Oracle

Posted 4 December 2011 by Fritz Buehner
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Driving from Tucson north on 77 toward Oracle and Biosphere 2, I’m in awe of the sprawl of rooftops that flank either side of the highway barely visible above the low-lying creosote trees. Knowing this to be a stressed environment I wonder, how can this be sustainable?Tunneling deep into Biosphere’s vast substructure of stainless steel [...]

The Basics of Posting

Posted 1 November 2011 by admin
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A tutorial for Rillito River Project and Art Lab authors.

Biosphere Images       (part 2)

Posted 1 September 2011 by AP Gorny
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Posted 30 August 2011 by admin
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Stay Tuned for upcoming Rillito River Project news. Coming soon !

“TO”

Posted 23 June 2011 by Shiela Rocha
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“To’” is the Dine’ or Navajo word for water. The dance sequence in the video with the fervent and purely indigenous music is performed by a member of the Itelmen Nation by Tatiana Degai. The tribe is an indigenous nation on the eastearn coast of Russia.

The Water Must Flow

Posted 30 March 2011 by Dan C
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I was barely nine years old when I pulled down the receiver and put the phone to my ear.


“Hell-lo”? I said.


“Mr. Cauthorn is an S.O.B.,” was the reply, and the connection went dead.

Naming is Seeing | Seeing is Forgetting

Posted 26 March 2011 by Ellen McMahon
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Naming is Seeing | Seeing is Forgetting

This is a video about how naming and categorizing both sharpens and limits our perceptions of the world, whether we’re seeing as artists or scientists.

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