Invisible Sustenance May 12, 2018 7:00 - 8:30 Invisibility Lab In a fast-paced, interconnected world where people rarely have time for nurturing themselves or their relationships, the Invisibility Lab asks: What keeps you going? What sustains you through difficult times? What do you rely on for sustenance? Are these things measurable? Are they visible? And … Continue reading INVISIBILITY LAB to Host Open Engagement 2018 – Dinner Conversation
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The Case for Getting Rid of Borders—Completely No defensible moral framework regards foreigners as less deserving of rights than people born in the right place at the right time. Alex Tabarrok Oct 10, 2015
Here's a peak at a paper by Gretchen Sneegas on GradFoodStudies website: “Sustenance Out of Refuse”: Detroit, Invisible Capital & the Search for Food Justice Gretchen Sneegas abstract | In recent years, Detroit has been largely portrayed by mass media as a site of desolation and desertion. The city’s citizens, however, have another story to tell. … Continue reading Invisible Capital
This looks like a great place for working on Invisibility Lab research - especially the environmental/sound aspects of the unseen world and to develop more transdisciplinary projects... I can't wait to spend some time exploring this site to see what the resident artists have focused on so far! ABOUT The Iowa Lakeside Laboratory Artist-in-Residence (AIR) … Continue reading Iowa Lakeside Lab Residency
I think someone at Transart mentioned Mildred's Lane to me last year, but I only now stumbled upon it do discover it is a project/site organized by J Morgan Puett (whose fashion/architectural installations in Manhattan in the early 90's I absolutely ADORED!) and Mark Dion. While it has a much more elaborate (and academic) program … Continue reading Mildred’s Lane