R.I.P. - Recycling Pervasive Media


We took part in R.I.P. – Recycling Pervasive Media, a workshop organised by Katherine Moriwaki, Jonah Brucker Cohen, Susan Kennard y Mark Resch at Banff Centre in Canada.

R.I.P. – Recycling Pervasive Media, Intervening in Planned Obsolescence, and Practicing Technological Sustainability tackled the issues of recycling, art making, and sustainability practices. Artists, researchers, practitioners, academics, municipal workers, community leaders, and professionals were invited to explore new ways of working with municipal waste management facilities to reclaim “good garbage”.

Over the course of this three-part, seven-day program, participants discussed ideas, created new work, and presented projects related to sustainable practice. They collaboratively introduced each other to methods of recycling digital materials for creative exploration and produced art projects made from found or rescued waste. R.I.P. provided an exciting opportunity to learn and develop frameworks for communities and individuals working with issues of sustainability and waste reduction.

This are two of the projects we were envolved:

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