Published July 04, 2019
The CHE project is working together with artists to translate scientific results into digital artworks that aim to help citizens understand the images of climate change.
Artists Miha Turšič and Špela Petrič, operating at the intersection of science, technology and the arts, in collaboration with the CHE project, Arctur HPC and Waag have secured funding for a STARTS (Science, Technology & the Arts) project, funded under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme of the European Commission. The purpose of STARTS is to support collaborations between artists, scientists, engineers and researchers to develop more creative, inclusive, and sustainable technologies.
The central task of Art residency project named becoming.eco(logical) is to connect citizens with the understanding of images of climate change such as those produced in the CHE project.