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Volume 7, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 1477-965X
  • E-ISSN: 1758-9533

Abstract

The planet is experiencing a deep metamorphosis. The pressure that is being generated nowadays on the living can be felt in a human lifetime. The extreme speed of climate change and its impact on our ecosystem can no longer be ignored. When looking at the phenomenon of ecological resilience, we notice that after a disturbance, a shock on an ecosystem, like the burning of a forest, the resilient system rebuilds itself but not exactly as it was before, surprisingly new species grow. In social systems, humans have the capacity to anticipate, adapt and invent new patterns of behaviours.

In a world where everything is uncertain, moving, shifting, we are making an artistic proposal as an open dynamic system. We are developing two versions of the same HALO project to be presented on the sea and in public places.

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Keyword(s): eco-conception; environment; Envisat satellite; Immersive; Space travel
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