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Environment & Sustainability

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Events
When:
8 October 2011 to 8 January 2012
Object’s Project Space transformed into a cosy yet unusual lounge room for this discussion on future sustainability carved by everyday actions
Events
When:
17 November 2011 to 31 May 2012
A temporary public art project in the inner-city location of Taylor Square, Sydney, which aimed to encourage agency, change behaviour, and galvanise social and political action in response to Climate Change
Events
When:
19 August 2011 to 20 August 2011
Theme “We have entered the experimental age…Experiments are no longer conducted just in the laboratory. They have become collective experiments that concern each and every one of us.”Bruno Latour, 2004
Projects
Concerned with experiences of place, Izabela Pluta’s work investigates spaces both public and private. Pluta is interested in the juxtaposition of the landscape and as an immutable condition and as a temporary space of inhabitation.
Events
When:
27 July 2011 to 28 July 2011
Tony Fry, Bruce Mau, Hou Hanru and a host of international creative and cultural visionaries gathered for NIEA's symposium exploring art as catalyst for social and environmental change
People
Current appointment(s):

Research Assistant, NIEA
Research Assistant, iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research

Jeong Greaves is a research assistant at NIEA. She completed a Bachelor of Art Theory with Distinction at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW.
Books
This monograph commissioned for dOCUMENTA (13) discusses the potential for innovation in socio-ecological systems, and explores the possibility of a transdisciplinary revolution instigated by an increased influence of ecological thinking on ways of working.
People
Current appointment(s):

Senior Lecturer, College of Fine Arts, UNSW
Director, Imaging the Land International Research Initiative (ILIRI)

Louise Fowler-Smith, director of the Imaging the Land International Research Initiative (ILIRI, COFA, UNSW), is interested in promoting new ways of perceiving the land in the 21st century. She believes that how we  contemplate the land affects how we treat it.