The first Aerocene Campus is an open invitation to explore, extend and imagine the Aerocene Epoch through the sculpture of Aerocene Explorer. The Campus asks what the Aerocene Explorer is doing and can do, and how its flights can inform different environmental, social and mental ecologies . A number of experts from various disciplines will gather together for a full day of provocation, discussion, collaboration and 'hacking' to experiment with the Aerocene Explorer and to co-create the Aerocene epoch.
The open call, invites students, researchers, designers and other practitioners to engage with the project by proposing ideas and solutions for the flight predictor, as well as other open-source add-ons that could contribute to and enhance the Aerocene project.
For the second time at Exhibition Road - an extended invitation to join an open collaborative hack to imagine future Aerocene journeys! This will be an extended collaborative hack to imagine and prototype the tools of our Aerocene future. We’re looking for developers, designers, artists, data scientists, creative technologists, and enthusiasts.
Tomás Saraceno in conversation with Paul Eggleton, Merit researcher, Entomology, will discuss the potential for using Aerocene Explorer to support air sampling. The artist will also launch an Open Call to help advance Aerocene Technology.
Tomas Saraceno in conversation with Jan Beccaloni from the National History Museum as part of the annual Serpentine Galleries Marathon programme.
Discovery is at the core of what happens here and there is so much to explore every day. To find out what other events are happening in South Kensington visit www.discoversouthken.com