An Investigation into the Cybernetic Nature of Ecosystems
Future Archaeology is a new artistic collaboration between Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Ellie Irons, Joseph Moore, Dan Phiffer, and Matthew Radune, investigating the cybernetic nature of ecosystems. The first work by Future Archeology is called Canopy Assemblage, a one night only viewing of a living/synthetic ecosystem. The raw space of Williamsburg's old firehouse 212 will be transformed into a nebulous territory inhabited by a networked system of light and sound. Viewers will be invited to peer into this dark void from the street, experiencing a landscape that echoes a range of dynamic systems, from fireflies in the tree tops to the far flung constellations of deep space.
Friday May 7, 2010 7â€“10 PM
Engine 212 Firehouse
134 Wythe Avenue