Maureen Haver and Blake Earle also contributed to this post. CENHS was delighted to host the fifth annual Cultures of Energy symposium April 21st to 23rd, with speakers travelling from across United States and Canada, from the UK, and from Sweden. The disciplines and vocations represented this year were history, English, media studies, climate science, […]
CENHS is excited to invite you to the opening of Judy Natal’s Another Storm is Coming and Marina Zurkow, Una Chaudhuri, Fritz Ertl, and Oliver Kellhammer’s collaborative Dear Climate, our contribution to the Houston FotoFest exhibitions on the Rice Campus. The projects will be on display between March 12th and April 24th in our solar-powered artspaces, designed and […]
Dear Climate is a new project by Marina Zurkow, Una Chauduri, Oliver Kellhammer, Fritz Ertl, and Sarah Rothberg. Text from the website: What is Dear Climate? Just a conceptual nudge (not a paradigm shift). The old joke—“Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it”—isn’t so funny anymore. Lots of people are trying to […]
Press coverage on Marina Zurkow’s excellent artist’s meal “Outside the Work: A Tasting of Hydrocarbons and Geologic Time,” which CENHS hosted last week! Many thanks to Molly Glentzer for her excellent and detailed article.
Come and see Marina Zurkow’s animation “Mesocosm (Wink, TX)” at the Rice Gallery screening room. The animation will be screened all week during the gallery’s usual hours.
Next Thursday, Marina Zurkow returns to Rice to curate “Outside the Work: A Tasting of Hydrocarbons and Geologic Time.” Her mysterious meal will be the culmination of the Energy Arts cluster’s focus on Zurkow’s work, which started with her talk in October, and continued with rolling installations of “Mesocosm (Wink, TX)” around campus, in locations […]
Image from Marina Zurkow, Slurb (2009) Coined by Nobel Prize-winning atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen at the inception of the 21st Century, the concept of the Anthropocene postulates a new geological epoch defined by overwhelming human influence upon the earth beginning with the Industrial Revolution in the late eighteenth century. The concept has since been picked up […]
Marina Zurkow is the not only the inaugural speaker for the Rice Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences but her visit inaugurates a CENHS Arts and Media cluster project, “Consumption,” which features a rolling installation of Zurkow’s animation “Mesocosm (Wink, TX)” and “Outside the Work: A Tasting of Hydrocarbons and Geological […]