Blue Oak Ranch Reserve, San Jose, CA

Multi Media project sited at UC Berkeley Biological Field Station. Greenmeme have partnered with scientists to focus on issues of climate change and explore ways to creatively consider climate data generated by research in the reserve. Artists have set cameras to record seasonal changes over a 2 year period. Real-time transition of these images into the city become a dynamic archive of environmental change.

This project is part of the greater Climate Clock project where Greenmeme helped to set up an Artist in residency program at UC Berkeley Field Station,Blue Oak Ranch Reserve. The 120 page publication of this 3 year project is available on request. The residency launch 20
Site: San Jose, California
Commissioning Agent: City of San Jose, CA, San Jose cultural Affairs,
Lead Artist:
Freya Bardell with Brian Howe,
Brent Bucknum, Dr Michael Hamilton
Medium: Video, Photography, Wood art panels
Dimensions: Approx 5000 SF
Budget: Grants and city funding
Year Completed: 2009 ongoing
Special Thanks: Josko Kirigin, Jaime Lopez Wolters, Steven Joyner, Machine Histories