|Photo credit: EEL studio with Auckland Design Office / by Alex Guthrie.|
Emergent Ecologies Lab (EEL) employs a project-based co-creative model with partners (Iwi, local government, student-researchers). While addressing the climate of the Anthropocene (climate change, resource depletion, pollution and biodiversity declines) EEL emphasises emergent potentials arising from an immanent (re)thinking of practice.
Contributing creative researchers have expertise in spatial and performance design, art, architecture, theory and new media. EEL’s engagement strategies include workshops, public talks, exhibitions, installations, and an international performance biennial: these aim at connecting diverse capacities in ecology, urbanism and indigenous cultures in order to invent and socialise viable designed futures.
Last updated: 17-Mar-2016 2.55pm
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