Beyond the Edge is a sustainability project developed in collaboration with contemporary artist Álvaro Laiz for his exhibition The Edge at Museo Universidad de Navarra (MUN), funded by National Geographic Society and the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. UreCulture worked with Álvaro Laiz in the development of our Sustainability Roadmap which we named Beyond the Edge.
– We designed and created a website to communicate the sustainability project developed for The Edge by Álvaro Laiz (see more)
– We carried out an exhibition and artist footprint for The Edge (see more)
– We worked on circular design innovation in museography practice through our project (RE)FRAME (see more)
– ICOM 2022 PRAGUE: MUN participation in ICOM Prague 2022 (abstract in UMAC Journal Volume 14 2 2022 & UMAC Annual Conference) (view publication)
– We worked United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) Climate Neutral Now (read more)
About Alvaro Laiz
Álvaro is a multidisciplinary artist working with photography, text, video and sound. His research-based work deals with narratives where traditional culture, nature and technology converge. As a National Geographic Fellow, he has been developing the long term project The Edge, which combines the poetic yet powerful idea of shared memory and science through population genetics data analysis, raising discourse around current migratory processes across the entire American continent. The Edge also raises questions about the Anthropocene era and how humans relate to themselves and other species.
— Get to know Álvaro Laiz by viewing his talk at the National Geographic Storytellers Summit below
Artwork Credit: 67°51’54.2” N 176°7’30.5” W © Álvaro Laiz