[re]capture in residence at Perte de Signal

[re]capture was in residence at Perte de Signal for two weeks this August.

Exploring the concept of ‘filtration’ using biomaterials, plants, and electronic strategies, [re]capture is a dialogue between in situ atmospheric data capture devices and gallery installation. With air toxicity a growing issue, this ongoing project seeks to give shape to the microscopic invisibility and the macroscopic dimension of air pollution.

With the support of the Conseil des arts de Montréal, (@conseil.des.arts.de.montreal), the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture (@fondsrecherchequebec) and the Concordia University Research Chair in Critical Practices in Materials and Materiality.

[re]capture, installation prototype and external interventions ||
Alice Jarry, Ariane Plante, Brice Ammar-Khodja, Jacqueline Beaumont, Matthew Halpenny, Asa Perlman, Philippe Vandal, Don Undeen, Gia Zozula
air, highway 40 air residue, bioplastics, foam, strawberries, abaca filters, engines, electronics, LEDs, 3D printing, air pollution sensors, turbines, video projection

Photos: Perte de Signal
Original post: http://www.instagram.com/p/ChadkdtJe8e

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