GREAT #MOOC #CivicEcology course about people who care for nature and community in cities http://t.co/03lS548wJm > @CUCivicEcology @Cornell — Fuspey (@fuspey) April 25, 2015 Greening the city, connecting communities… Global; Reclaiming Broken Places: Introduction to Civic Ecology (free MOOC course) For all my eco, activist, urbanist, ecologist friends or anyone who cares about where they […]Read more "Reclaiming Broken Places: Introduction to Civic Ecology (MOOC / Cornell University)"
As part of the #CheerForPeaceEXPO exhibiton in Curitiba, Brazil. A short presentation at 5pm of films about different artistic projects in Ireland, Spain, France, Italy… The talk will be broadcast live on the #CheerForPeaceEXPO NET TV channel on Bambuser. The archive video will be made available after.Read more "#CheerForPeaceEXPO – day 5; ART – Artistic spaces and processes for social change"
Architectural thesis: CATALYST @ Botanic Spine, Dublin, Ireland 2005 . Greening the city. Connecting communities . Vision: To create the botanic spine, an 18km orbital eco corridor/ greenway for dublin city. A green thread that connects up a series of pocket parks, organic food gardens, local amenities, cities waterways and a new city metro underground. […]Read more "The Botanic Spine : A Greenway and CPUL for Dublin (eco)city"
Dublin’s Mayday 2004 saw thousands of opponents to fortress Europe beaten away by riot cops and water cannons. Days later, RED ARCHIVE, a strange OPEN communication space seeking all inputs, was asking: What is art, what is politics? As activists, we used this space to communicate and build in and out of, to wander from […]Read more "Art spaces as weapons of war"
(Playing with Phi was originally posted on indymedia ireland December 09, 2003:: The idea for it was initially posted on Archeire, way back on 25th August 2001. This is a repost of the original blog post on It’s a funny old world) “Playing with Phi” On Sunday the 9th of December 2003 a piece of […]Read more "Playing with Phi, Lahinch Beach 2003"