Anthropocene Interventions is an ongoing series of art events and interventions occurring in a contemporary office space, conducted by an artist engaging with sculpture, installation and socially engaged arts practice to allow the co-workers to question their relationship with Nature.
The first project, Anthropocene Interventions I, engaged co-workers for one year on site. The artist attempted to bring Nature into the office environment to engage the co-workers in a dialogue about the Anthropocene.
The concept of the meshwork was utilized visually to assist with communicating the idea that all things in Nature have value. The meshwork also underpins the relations that occur between people and ‘things’ and people and people in this socially engaged art project. These relations have the potential to encourage new forms of knowledge to develop around the topic of the Anthropocene.
This website details events that occurred during Anthropocene Interventions I and will be expanded to include Anthropocene Interventions II & III as they unfold over the next four years.