Seminar: David Buckley Borden. Artist, Associate Fellow and Designer-in-Residence, Harvard Forest
OSU Memorial Union Room 206. April 18, 2019, 4 p.m.
David Buckley Borden is an interdisciplinary artist and designer known for making ecological issues culturally relevant through accessible art and design. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Borden’s work focuses on the intersection of landscape, creativity, and cultural events. In collaboration with Harvard Forest scientists, some of Borden’s recent projects include Hemlock Hospice, a set of large installation pieces that mourn the death of revered hemlock trees, and Warming Warning, which combines art, environmental design, and science communication to convey global climate-change data and spur action. Borden is visiting as an Artist in Residence at Andrews Forest.
Co-sponsored by Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature, and the Written Word; the Andrews Experimental Forest LTER Program; and the ARTS_SCI group.