Samuelle Green looks outward at naturally occurring design principles, such as the repetitious decentralization of barnacle formations and the rhythmic gradations of the sea floor. Rather than producing simple re-creations of nature, Green foregrounds the new constituent materials.
Tamara Kostianovsky is an artist who uses discarded clothing to create visceral yet intricate sculptures and installations related to the environment and to consumer culture.
Sirens draws on Hokusai’s iconic print, The Great Wave, as well as Murakami’s The Seventh Man, a story about a Tsunami, memory, and trauma.
The pieces are mostly made of recycled plastic fragments from the artist’s studio and from daily life.
Roughly 1/3 of the food produced for human consumption globally every year — approximately 1.3 billion tons — gets lost or wasted. This Arcadia installation highlights the needs of buying groceries responsibly, and will challenge visitors entering the space to reduce food waste.
The current + C02 emissions required a balanced - C02 strategy.
Arcadia partnered with Plant The Future to create an installation focused on the importance of Biophilia.
Coral reefs are disappearing under the influence of chemical pollution.
Arcadia illustrates how to adopt “clean cleaners” into your household and their positive impact to the environment.
Cindy Pease Roe
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An estimated 150,000 microfibers are released into the water during a single wash of a polyester garment. This installation promotes a more responsible shopper behavior.