Global Warning Symposium

Artists, Scientists and Environmental Activism

Part of the 01SJ Biennial 2010

September 16 and 17 2010
San Jose, CA

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This two-day symposium will examine the interconnectedness of ideas and actions and the current relationships between art-making, science and ecology. A group of distinguished artists, scientists and policy-makers will present and examine case studies of collaborative environmental art projects. Symposium participants will be invited to help advance this crossdisciplinary enterprise through their active involvement in the dialogue.

The GLOBAL WARNING symposium is organized by ZER01: The Art and Technology Network, City of San Jose Public Art Program and CADRE Laboratory for New Media at San Jose State University in collaboration with LEONARDO/ISAST, and with additional support from the Montalvo Arts Center. It will be held on September 16 and 17, 2010, in conjunction with the 3rd 01SJ Biennial in San Jose, CA.

2010 01SJ Biennial Overview

The 01SJ Biennial is a multidisciplinary, international contemporary art festival that focuses on the intersection between art, technology, and digital culture. The 3rd 01SJ Biennial will take place September 16-19, 2010 in venues throughout downtown San Jose, CA.

Global Warning Symposium

Leonardo/ISAST will host the first day of the symposium and ZER01 will host the second day. A full list of speakers and panellists will be announced soon.

Papers Previously Published in Leonardo and LMJ on Art and Ecology

The connection between art and ecology has long been a topic of interest for Leonardo. The following is a list of articles previously published in Leonardo and LMJ on this topic:

Leif Brush "Monitoring Nature's Sounds with Terrain-Based Constructions" (Leonardo 17:1)

Agnes Denes "Notes on Eco-Logic: Environmental Artwork, Visual Philosophy and Global Perspective" (Leonardo 26:5)

David Dunn "Wilderness as Reentrant Form: Thoughts on the Future of Electronic Art and Nature Wilderness as Reentrant Form" (Leonardo 21:4)

David Dunn and James Crutchfield "Entomogenic Climate Change: Insect Bioacoustics and Future Forest Ecology" (Leonardo 42:3)

George Gessert "Gathered from Coincidence: Reflections on Art in a Time of Global Warming" (Leonardo 40:3)

Ken Goldberg, et al. "Mori: An Internet-Based Earthwork" (Leonardo 35:3)

Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison "Shifting Positions toward the Earth: Art and Environmental Awareness" (Leonardo 26:5)

Mae-Wan Ho "Reanimating Nature: The Integration of Science with Human Experience" (Leonardo 24:5)

Guillaume Hutzler et al. "The Garden of Chances: A Visual Ecosystem" (Leonardo 33:2)

Ursula Huws "Nature, Technology and Art: The Emergence of a New Relationship?" (Leonardo 33:1)

Joseph E. Ingoldsby "Vanishing Landscapes: The Atlantic Salt Marsh" (Leonardo 42:2)

Phra Hans Ulrich Kaempfer and Sheila Pinkel "The Earth Music of Thamkrabok Monastery" (Leonardo 37:1)

Damian Keller "Compositional Processes from an Ecological Perspective" (Leonardo Music Journal 10)

Julian Knebusch "Planet Earth in Contemporary Electronic Artworks" (Leonardo 37:1)

Aleksandra Manczak "The Ecological Imperative: Elements of Nature in Late Twentieth-Century Art" (Leonardo 35:2)

Andrea Polli "Atmospherics/Weather Works: A Spatialized Meteorological Data Sonification Project" (Leonardo 38:1)

Andrea Polli "Heat and the Heartbeat of the City: Sonifying Data Describing Climate Change" (Leonardo Music Journal 16)

Jane Quon "Phenomenology and Artistic Praxis: An Application to Marine Ecological Communication" (Leonardo 38:3)

Janine Randerson "Between Reason and Sensation: Antipodean Artists and Climate Change" (Leonardo 31:1)

Janet Saad-Cook "Touching the Sky: Artworks Using Natural Phenomena, Earth, Sky and Connections to Astronomy" (Leonardo 22:2)

Ruth Wallen "Of Story and Place: Communicating Ecological Principles through Art" (Leonardo 36:3)

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Updated 5 May 2010