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"The Art of Climate Change"



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"THE ART OF CLIMATE CHANGE"

Interview wi an MIT researcher on science, design, and optimism


IDEO STORIES BY MISA MISONO VIA MEDIUM.COM
 

It was Thursday night at the Asian Art Museum. Opaque black balloons hovered over a grand stairwell leading to the main event.  Each balloon in the canopy represented carbon emissions. While passing underneath, attendees could tug on a balloon and with a satisfying pop, release a message on a way they could impact the world’s CO2 levels with seemingly small choices. The point? Individual decisions can — and do — add up.


Ani Liu, an artist and technologist currently completing her Master’s degree at MIT’s famed Media Lab, spent the summer  in IDEO’s Food Studio. Trained in fine arts as well as architecture, Ani found herself increasingly inspired by a whole new medium: science. It’s a strange intersection with surprising crossovers, and is the basis of her research in what she calls “speculative storytelling”. She came to IDEO to learn the approach to design in food and to inspire us with her unique perspective on science and art. Misa Misono converse  with Ani about her experience creating this exhibit and what we could learn from it.
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The thought leader behind this interactive installation? MIT researcher and IDEO resident Ani Liu.



  More information on:
ani-liu.com
@wonderinganimal





Asian Art Museum Thursday Night Takeover on Food, Drink and Climate Change





Photos taken by IDEO culinary designer Danny Brooks





IDEO STORIES BY MISA MISONO VIA MEDIUM.COM


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