Machine Wilderness is an art&science program dedicated to reimagining the role of technology in living landscapes, through in situ prototyping of ecological robotics and hybrid systems.

Through fieldwork in a series of specific locations, landscapes and habitats we set out for a technology that moves towards intimacy and is attuned to environmental complexity: biodiversity, trophic networks, material cycles, energy regimes, and material flows.

It is based on a longer term research project by Theun Karelse of FoAM into Augmented Ecology.

contact: info[at]machinewilderness[dot]net

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