Warm and Fuzzy

An exhibition by Mark Lee Koven for HABITAT: Exploring Climate Change Through the Arts

In the Project Room at 516 ARTS

Warm and Fuzzy was an installation of responsive objects that integrate scientific data with art. Working with climatologists, meteorologists and sociologists, scientific data relating to climate and our beliefs and predictions are made physical and reactive to viewers. These 3-D printed objects, along with the space they occupied, were designed for reaction and interaction in order for visitors to have a deeper connection with data beyond the visual that includes the haptic, the aural and the olfactory senses.