Three Gardens: Apocalyptic Narratives of Nature in Science and Art
An allegorical stroll through modes of environmental knowledge and awareness: art and science and their intersections, fractures and permeabilities
||Environment, Environmental Art, Olafur Eliasson, Doomsday Vault, Weather Project, Crop Diversity, Gene Banks, Apocalypse, Science studies, Actor Network Theory
The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.141-148.
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Having been awarded his MA in Photography from University College Falmouth, Sérgio Fava is now a PhD researcher in the Sociology Dept. at the University of Lancaster. In his eclectic restlessness, he previously worked as a technical consultant in optical networks and information management (Compaq, EMC Corp.) around the world, and studied Philosophy at the University of Porto, in his home country of Portugal. As a photographer and digital artist, his work has been published in the UK and exhibited in Porto, Cornwall and London. His research interests are centered in the relations between science, technology and the arts.
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