Artist Scott Hessels will discuss the urgency and difficulty representing the entire technosystem of hardware in our skies, showing videos and models from 15 years of research as ‘Celestial Mechanics’. Regina Lee will present images and research in developing nano satellites and addressing the issues of debris in space.
In this graduate colloquium Scott Hessels will present his sculptural and installation work that incorporates natural forces either directly or through sensor technologies and place his exhibited kinetic works in a context of earthworks and sustainability awareness. This will be followed by graduate studio visits with six students.
We are pleased to invite you to a series of events featuring interdisciplinary artist Heather Barnett and Physarum polycephalum. During her visit, Barnett will present her recent research, will conduct a workshop, and will explore the city of Toronto, inspired by the nonhuman perspective of this organism, also known as slime mould.