Join us for a conversation with NYC-based artist, engineer, technologist, and inventor Natalie Jeremijenko on the subject of her work (including feral robotic dogs, mussel choirs, etc.) and collaborations with Boulder-based architects, gardeners, students, and others to create a TreeXOffice and AgBag Flower Facade, that ignite rethinking our human relationships to natural systems. Program will conclude with an audience Q&A.
Jeremijenko is inviting the Boulder community to an after party on Monday night at Cafe Aion starting at 6:45. There will be free tapas and a cash bar.
Presented in conjunction with the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, EcoArts Connections, and the CU Environmental Design Program as part of a series of events featuring Natalie Jeremijenko.
Made possible through the generous support of the Boulder Library Foundation with additional support provided by the City of Boulder Office of Art + Culture.
Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist, engineer, technologist, and inventor who directs the Environmental Health Clinic (xClinic) at New York University, where she is an Associate Professor in Visual Art with faculty appointments in Computer Science and Environmental Studies. xClinic fosters diverse participation in changing our collective relationship to natural systems, using lifestyle experiments and performative actions that create measurable improvements in environmental health. Jeremijenko has had teaching appointments and residencies at institutions as varied as the Royal College of Art, London; the Institute for the Future; Yale University; Xerox PARC; and the Advanced Computer Graphics Center at RMIT, Melbourne. She is a sought-after speaker internationally, has received numerous awards, and her works have been exhibited in museums, galleries, outdoor venues, biennials and triennials, worldwide.