r&d project initiated by Urbonas Studio in collaboration with Tracey Warr

AQUATIC BIOMIMICRY STAMMTISCH

January 2012, Oxford, OVADA: Aquatic Biomimicry Stammtisch                                               

possible future UK water levels


Tracey Warr presented a Stammtisch evening at the Port Mahon pub in Oxford for OVADA (the Oxford Visual Art Development Agency) in which she talked about rising water levels and how we might use biomimicry to find ways to adapt to living with more water in the future. Then the artists present made drawings and models responding to this idea.

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