Nouvelle Récolte |

Une exposition de Green Riot

// Exposition 3-26 Mai, The Full Gallery, 15 Place du Palais, Bordeaux

// Vernissage Vendredi 3 Mai 18h-21h

Tout frais

L’Agence en Résidence présente ‘Nouvelle Récolte’, le nouveau projet de Green Riot, une exposition Bioart ouverte a tous a découvrir au coeur de Bordeaux. ‘Nouvelle Récolte’ réunit une selection de Green Graffiti réalisés a base d’algues urbaines locales, issues de cultures biologiques d’espèces menacées collectées dans les quartiers de Bordeaux St Pierre, St Eloi et St Michel. Tout ce que vous pouvez voir dans cette exposition est vivant!

Nouvelle Récolte | Green Riot, 3-26 Mai 2024, The Full Gallery

Heures d’ouvertures | 14h-20h du Mercredi au Samedi, 14h-18h le Dimanche

Adresse | The Full Gallery, 15 Place du Palais, Bordeaux, France

Infos | Agence en résidence / greenriot.co / agenceenresidence@gmail.com

Production | L’Agence en Résidence   Scénographie/Technique | Green Riot


Nouvelle Récolte | Green Riot, 3-26 Mai 2024, The Full Gallery, une exposition L’Agence en Residence 2024, Crédit photos & Copyright: Green Riot, tous droits reservés

It's alive!

Green Riot has been working on the development of living plant paints since 2005. Cultivated in photobioreactors to obtain the perfect biomaterial “living plant paint”, a combination of several selected species, using dedicated biology tools. These Green Graffiti are like a plant, evolving over time according to storage conditions. 

co2 scavenger in peril

In the image of the blob that can find its way without equal, there is a whole range of living species with surprising abilities. Algae used here are ones of these species in the field of plants.

Algae move by borrowing water roads, rain, dew, drain, broken pipes and materials capillarity. They have got extraordinary faculties of adaptation and conservation. As plants, they capture co2 and produce o2, and have multiple positives impacts on their environment, for instance on the vegetation of a territory, the regulation of hydrometry, the local control of temperature, or even preservation of historic buildings (see Nottingham, St Mary’s Church). Despite these unique inputs and capabilities, this does not prevent real estate developers, builders and some town halls and other organizations from seeking to destroy them  by “cleaning up” cities for outdated aesthetic reasons. Added to the increase in temperature, strong solar exposure and the scarcity of water, algae are  unfortunately disappearing from our cities.

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