Burning Ice - Assembly (Burning Ice #7) – Thing 001384 (Nohe) concerns a conflict about a stained glass artwork entitled Nohe, between Kim Taylor Reece, a professional photographer, and Marylee Colucci.
Burning Ice - The Botanical Gardens houses the oldest European seed bank. It keeps the seeds of rare indigenous wild plants and there is a particular focus on its collection of wild beans and fabaceous plants. It is only very exceptionally that it is possible to have a guided tour of this unique seed bank.
Burning Ice - The five artifacts presented in this exhibit describe postnatural history beginning with the earliest domesticated animals and plants, to the dawn of genetic engineering and synthetic biology.
Burning Ice - For Burning Ice #7, Agency is selecting a number of ‘things’ and speculates on how the idea of ‘commons’ can be included in art and science practices, with a special focus on folklore and traditional knowledge.
Burning Ice - Resilient food systems involve so much more than refraining from using genetic modification, chemical pesticides and artificial fertiliser. Come and discover some alternatives that already exist.