Tag Archive: environmental art

Smog Tasting: How to monitor air pollution using meringues

“Thanks to Eggs we are able to harvest the air…at the ‘stiff peak’ stage…[egg] foam is approaching 90% air.” –  On Food and Cooking The Centre For Genomic Gastronomy ran a fascinating project… Continue reading

Edward Burtynsky’s OIL series reopens The Photographers’ Gallery

The Photographers’ Gallery reopened this weekend with a major solo exhibition of Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky’s work. OIL represents a ten year survey of the oil industry, with the London space showing over… Continue reading

Double Sided River – James Wignall explores the dual nature of the Thames

I think I first saw James Wignall‘s Double Sided River as part of a sustainable design show at the RCA alongside his award-winning Port of London Authority. Port of London Authority makes a point… Continue reading

Nele Azevedo, Melting Man, Berlin

Nele Azevado and Katie Paterson prove that ecologically aware art can be innovative, fun and poignant.