An eco-tourist project exploring local history and community-building in York, Alabama. marksearch crafted town slogans based on residents' stories about the history of the region and their hopes for future. These slogans were displayed on billboards attached to their tandem bike, with which they rode over 200 miles regionally to promote York as an ecotourism gateway.
The Nine Mile Run Greenway Project was an artist-led, applied research initiative that engaged the expertise and concerns of citizens, environmentalists, politicians, historians, urban planners, scientists and engineers in a multi-year effort aimed at the transformation of an industrial waste site to a sustainable public green space.
Thunderbolt is a public installation commissioned by the Sydney Olympic Park Authority. The iron edifice uses a digital interface to respond to real-time measurements of domestic energy loadings in the immediate area by changing the colour of the lights in the sculpture.
This project involved planting a cornfield on a 32-acre piece of land in the centre of Los Angeles that was stewarded for a full agricultural cycle. It sought to redeem a plot of once-fertile land depleted by industrialisation.
Slow Art Collective worked together with Hiroshi Fuji to create Kaeru, a collaborative community project about waste, renewal and transformation. During workshops, visitors were invited to create small objects out of recycled items, which were later brought together to build a garden installation.
A disused railway line and waste ground in the East London suburb of Dalston was transformed into a temporary 16 metre high fully functioning flour mill with a community kitchen and bread oven that was open to the public.