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Art of All Possibilities – Art Lab 2012

Posted 28 December 2012 by Fritz Buehner
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It’s amazing to be back among friends, fellow artists, in this extraordinary place embarking on a project that has been in the making for 6 months.

I in River

Posted 10 October 2012 by Ander Monson
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An excerpt from a beautiful essay on the flow of water, weather, and prose by Ander Monson.


Posted 29 March 2012 by Bently Spang
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Day after day, Artlab organizers put brilliant, passionate people who are at the forefront of climate change research and activism in front of us. Scientists, activists and artists nudged together again. In a weeks time, we hurtled from one remarkable destination to another: Biosphere 2 in all it’s magnificently manufactured glory, a sci-fi-esque experiment from [...]

Art Lab Brings International Group of Artists to Meet With Scientists at Biosphere2

Posted 10 February 2012 by Ellen Skotheim
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For the second consecutive year, seven artists were invited by Art Lab to participate in Border Biosphere Exploration 2011, where they met with scientists and environmentalists to learn about the effects of climate change on the desert Southwest and then design a cultural response informed by the experience.

Melo’s Journey

Posted 17 January 2012 by Melo Dominguez
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Originally from Los Angeles and now a Tucson resident, The Rillito River Project exposed me to a lot of valuable information about the environment and inspired me to learn more.

Hope and uncertainty

Posted 8 January 2012 by Jane Marsching
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Learning in dialog with scientists, conservationists, naturalists, astronomers, activists, and artists at the Biosphere 2, The Institute of the Environment, and Cuenca Los Ojos was an exercise in interweaving uncertainty and hope. 

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