Published: January 15, 2019
Total Running Time: 00:01:12
When air across Northern California became gray with debris as a result of the devastating Camp Fire, an Exploratorium art project harnessing the power of environmental data became a focal point for discussion. Exploratorium artist-in-residence Rosten Woo’s Mutual Air project blends art, science, and social justice by “chiming in” fluctuations in air quality, highlighting changes to a vital but invisible resource: breathable air. Learn more.
Mutual Air is a project by Rosten Woo and the Exploratorium with key partnerships and cooperation from the Oakland Museum of California, Chabot Space and Science Center, City of Oakland Public Art Program and Cultural Affairs Division, and the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project. Mutual Air is generously supported by the Kenneth Rainin Foundation’s Open Spaces Program. IoT platform in-kind support provided by Particle.