Movement Research Spring Festival in Collaboration with iLAND
Tuesday May 27 - Monday June 2
Curated by Elliott Maltby, Jennifer Monson, Alicia Ohs, Tatyana Tenenbaum
Wednesday May 28-May29 - All day and night, arrive and leave as you wish - Floyd Bennet Field - FreeTwo nights of camping for up to 30 people. Open time to engage with the littoral edge of New York City. Dawn walks, star gazing and gentle research activities. This is restorative time. Tent, sleeping bag and food required for those staying the night. Public Transportation: Take the 2 or 5 train to Flatbush Ave / Brooklyn College. Transfer to the Q35 bus south to Floyd Bennett Field. The bus ride takes about 15 minutes. Floyd Bennett Field is also easily accessible by bike and car. RSVP required for those staying the night. For details, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SENSING TO KNOW / /ANALYZING TO IMAGINE
Saturday May 31 - 2-4pm - Issue Project Room - $5 suggested donation
A talk and walk exploring the dual perspective of the artist-scientist. Visual, aural, and kinesthetic modes in science and art will be explored by par ticipants who have experience as both scientists and artists. The first hour will be dedicated to discussing the participants’ understanding of the intersection of these seemingly discrete disciplines and the impact of this dual perspective on their current practices. Following the talk, each participant will lead a section of a walk to the Brooklyn waterfront, reading the landscape through their par ticular lens. Moderator Jennifer Monson will draw upon her own work, and the insight of 10 years of iLAB residencies, which have developed novel ways of examining New York City's urban environment.
Amy Berkov: Visual artist, tropical biologist and professor of Biology
Kathleen McCarthy: Sculptor and restoration ecologist
Jason Munshi-South: Professor of Biology
Hara Woltz: Visual artist, landscape architect and conservation biologist
Moderated by Jennifer Monson, artistic director and founder of iLAND