Drawing-as-BioMonitoring

Scale Free Network have been developing the new citizen art-science concept ‘Drawing-as-BioMonitoring‘ for the last several years, at several different sampling and drawing locations. Also under the name of ‘Drawing Water’, more images can be viewed within this SFN gallery … Continued

Drawing Water (NYC)

While conducting research at Natalie Jeremijenko’s Environmental Health Clinic in New York, SFN took a water sample from the Gowanus Canal, a heavily polluted canal in Brooklyn – now officialy listed as a federal government ‘SuperFund’ site. Then, as part … Continued

Cross[X]Species Adventure Club: In the Black

A collaboration between artist-scientist Natalie Jeremijenko and gastronomist, Mihir Desai, The Cross[X]Species Adventure Club ‘In the Black’ dining event was staged at Postmasters Gallery in New York City. While artists-in-residences at Natalie’s Environmental Health Clinic, Scale Free Network was invited … Continued

Water Bodies Residency at the Environmental Health Clinic

As part of our 2011 residency with Natalie Jeremijenko at the Environmental Health Clinic, we investigated different bodies of water around NYC, including: The Gowanus Canal (Brooklyn), a water fountain in Central Park (Manhattan), Inwood Park wetlands (Manhattan), The East … Continued

Exhibition: Chocolate or Cheese?

A two-day intervention in which SFN tracked the gastronomic preferences of mice and men, inspired by a piece of nibbled chocolate…   EXHIBITION was a six-month project that took place in a vacant shopfront at 211 Elizabeth St in New … Continued