Walrus Talking Resilience

Ross Curtner of Adjacent Possibilities delivered an impassioned and thought provoking account of our involvement in the Art + Energy exhibition for The Walrus Talks Resilience, presented November 2, 2015 at the Theatre Junction Grand in Calgary.

“Resilience Lies Between the Artist and the Engineer” described how the inspired pairing of artists (us) and clean tech energy entrepreneurs (Hydrostor) yielded unexpectedly rich results.

See and hear Ross speak here.

November 8 2015

Catching and releasing

In a short, three week period, we worked through an intensive process of ideation, collaboration, research, procurement, fabrication and installation, with the end results being unveiled at the Adjacent Possibilities opening event, Tuesday, August 26th.

The resultant project was undeniably enriched by the dialogue and engagement with the MaRS Studio Y fellows and our cleantech partner, Hydrostor. If you’re in Toronto, please stop by the MaRS building and have a look-see/listen/touch.

August 25 2014

Art + Energy = Possibilities

LeuWebb Projects was recently invited to participate in the inaugural Adjacent Possibilities in art + energy project at the MaRS Discovery District. Facilitated through MaRS’s unique Studio Y program, the initiative pairs artist with clean energy innovators to develop representations of solutions to climate disruption.

We learned about the fascinating yet simple process to use compressed air to store energy (think balloons) from our entrepreneurial counterpart, Hydrostor, and engaged with fellow participants Aaron Li Hill and Morgan Solar, along with MakeLab and MNB Networks. Installations will be unveiled at MaRS on the evening of August 26th!

August 7 2014