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Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience

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Exhibition Overview

Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience

by AWFC
Exhibition Type
Art, Nature, Science and Technology
Area Size
200 to 500 sqm
Designed For
Museums and Galleries
Science Centres
Hiring Fee

For a 3-month rental excl. transport, installation, insurance:


This hiring fee is set for the following exhibition format:
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Core Experience
Panels and graphics
Original collection
Reproductions
Exhibition Partners
The exhibition is produced by the US based nonprofit, Art Works for Change.
Randy Jayne Rosenberg is the curator for the show.

Credits / Image Information

Credit to the nonprofit, Art Works for Change , Oakland, California, for organizing the exhibition
Credit to Randy Jayne Rosenberg as curator

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Description

Ours is a world in flux. Extreme weather events are propelling governments, cities, developers, designers and others to question our ability to confront and survive the repercussions of climate change, natural disasters and other shocks to our communities.


In order to address these challenges, we will need both emergency shelter and longer-term housing solutions for large populations. We will need to design human habitats, from houses to cities, to be flexible and adaptive, able to survive whatever Mother Nature and life throws our way.


Art Works for Change has invited visionary architects and artists to consider artistically-interpretative solutions and prototypes for survival shelter. In Survival Architecture and the Art of Resilience, science, technology, architecture, and art converge in a quest for resilience: What does it take to survive and thrive amid a changing climate? How we can address the needs of the world’s most vulnerable citizens? Through a variety of innovative ideas — high-tech and low-tech, extravagant and affordable — the exhibition begins to address the challenges of excess heat, droughts, flooding, food insecurity, homelessness, mass violence, biological disaster, and earthquake.






Collections

Photographs
Sculptures

General Information

Created In
2016
Available Package Options
Turnkey
More Details About Technical Requirements
Exhibition needs approx 8 projectors and video monitors
Other works are either wall hung with cleats, or wall hung installation
Languages
English
Additional Information
https://www.artworksforchange.org/survival-architecture/
to see the exhibition

Venues

Past and Future Venues
Appleton Museum, Florida, USA 2016
University of Oregon Museum, Oregon USA 2018
Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA USA 2020
Museum of Design, Atlanta, Georgia, USA 2021
ONSITE Gallery, Toronto, Canada 2021
High Desert Museum, Bend, Oregon --upcoming Fall 2022

Extra Info

Highlights
Curatorial excellence
Interactivity
Highlights Details
https://www.artworksforchange.org/survival-architecture/
you can see the artwork, wall text and how the exhibition is organized on the website

Integrative and interactive game experiences for children to accompany the show
Exhibition Add-Ons
Education kit

VR and App Content

Virtual tour link :
https://sfmcd.org/exhibitions/survival-architecture-and-the-art-of-resilience/

Eleventh-hour Exhibit

Available in the next 18 months > Go to 11th-hour exhibits page

The exhibition is available for 2022 and after. It is very economical and easy to transport with few crates and easy to install.

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