Can we begin thinking about a broadsheet theme that could unify our work? Open enough, but a punchy word or sort phrase (and maybe even a hopeful one)?
Some starting thoughts:
Resilience, Bounce, Nimbleness, Flex, Rise, Wake, Buoyant, Unsinkable, Lifebuoy
Posted in Agitprop, Captiva/Sanibel, Climate Change, Confab activities, Confab Lab, Florida, Power of Artists, Rising Sea Water, Robert Rauschenberg, The Commons
Tagged adaption, Arctic, Art Project, artists' action, berm, Buster Simpson, Captiva Island, Climate Change, Drowning Man, engineering, Global Warming, Laura Sindell, mangroves, Residency, Robert Rauschenberg, Sea Level Rise, Trees
XAVIER CORTADA, “Red Wolf Pattern,” silk screen on ceramic flat tile, 2015. Created at the Rauschenberg Residency.
Fish House at the Rauschenberg Residency
More #sketching of #florida #wildlife at #Fishhouse #Rauschenberg #Residency — at Rauschenberg Residency.
Xavier Cortada, “Florida is… the Red Wolf,” digital art, 2015.
Ephemeral mitigation installation to offset acidification increases in global ocean habitats.
Voxel Frog, Limestone 3x3x3 inch voxels (overall 33×30 inches) Mangrove, Rising Waters Confab / Robert Rauschenberg Residency, Captiva Island, FL. 2015
Xavier Cortada, “Ice bags | refreeze,” 2015 (in production at the Rauschenberg Residency)
I’m making ice bags to refreeze the melting glaciers when they flow on to our shores.
#RealSolutions to #RisingSeas
Xavier Cortada, “Flotation Device for Melting Ice,” 2015