Green Filter
In coll. with Julia Nusslein

Green Filter is a symbiosis project between humans and nature. The visitor is invited to imagine we’d be using nature’s elaborate ways to filter the air that we breathe, instead of causing polluted air and ecological imbalance by exploiting the earth for plastic and oil. Imagine plants being part of our every move, and every human having a pet plant. Green Filter consists of wearable objects made from plants and natural materials that filter the air we breath. The objects challenge habits and assumptions, and encourage critical thinking about our position on planet Earth.

Exhibited at:
Speculative Materialities Exhibition under Ars Electronica Festival 2016// Interface Culture Exhibition at Postcity Linz (AT) // September 2016 Priceless // Interface Cultures Exhibition at Künstuniversität Linz, Linz (AT) // October 2016

“Stop thinking about artworks as objects, and start thinking about them as triggers for experiences.”

- Roy Ascott

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