The Algae Society is a global collective of interdisciplinary researchers working together to establish a new community with algae, as a non-human international research partner. As a collaborative group of artists, scientists, and scholars, we experiment and coproduce with algae, seeking to highlight complex human interdependence and kinship with algal beings. Through this work we create immersive art experiences that engage algae and their various forms of world making.
This collaboration involves art and science researchers in the US, New Zealand, Spain, and is growing to include other participants. This work has exhibited widely at museums and galleries in the US and abroad.
More at: http://algaesociety.org/
Dr. Giovanni Aioli, 2022. Confluence. Esse Magazine. https://esse.ca/en/reviews/confluence/
Ken Rinaldo, 2022. The Algae Society Interviews. EcoArtspace. https://ecoartspace.org/Blog/12762384
Tara Fatemi Walker, 2022. New algae exhibit in Madrid: a collaboration that inspires. UC Santa Cruz
Shea Carver, 2022. The Algae Society debuts exhibit at Cameron Art Museum. Port City Daily. https://portcitydaily.com/arts-and-culture/2022/02/02/the-algae-society/
Jaime Fernández, 2019. El arte herramienta frente a la emergencia climátice. Tribuna Complutense. https://tribuna.ucm.es/43/art3916.php#.XdgNp56IZ-E