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  • ClimArtLab gets off the ground!

    Exciting news! artEC/Oindustry will join forces with the Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research (KLI) in Klosterneuburg, Austria! The ClimArtLab is ready to go! Dominika Glogowski and Guido Caniglia, scientific director at the KLI, have been awarded with the StartClim2020 prize! StartClim, which is coordinated by the University of Natural Resources and Life…

  • Klimatage – talk postponed 2021

    Unfortunately, the current pandemic situation has resulted in postponing the 21st Austrian Klimatage to next year. Being invited, artEC/Oindustry‘s presentation on climate science, the extraction of natural resources and the role of the arts in this complex scenario will thus have to wait until 2021. Klimatage are held at the Montanuniversity of Leoben, Austrian’s university…

  • Imp@ct Mining and the Arts

    In the heat of rising Covid-19 infections allover Europe, Imp@ct Mining‘s final conference took place in beautiful Cornwall from March 9-12, 2020 with the finissage Of Earth – From Earth. Invited as a guest speaker, I presented my work on the arts’ potential in generating dialogue, interaction and change. My talk “The Arts – Embodying…

  • MIREU, Barbórka and Raw Materials

    Barbórka, the Miner’s day in Poland was a great framework for an intensive MIREU workshop on skills and requirements in the mining industry, which was held at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków on December 5th and 6th. The workshop set off with a keynote by Marek Cala, Dean of the faculty…

  • Exposibram2019

    exposibram 2019 in belo horizonte, brazil is coming to an end. the biggest mining fair and congress in latin america takes place from september 9-12 with an initial minute of silence to commemorate the victims of brumadinho. although the families drew attention to the pain and struggle with banners and photos of their beloved ones…

  • architecture shift in poland

    the polish urban landscape changed drastically in the last 10-15 years. after the fall of communism in 1989, fundings from the EU and investments triggered revitalisation projects, new museums, cultural centres and monuments as signs of a regained identity and history. highways, roads and train tracks further connected and revived the country. however, the free…