Netflix Chicken & Egg Pictures Announces Inaugural 27 Grantees Supported by Netflix, October 19, 2023
The New York Times Approaches to Mixing Spatial Audio, November 8, 2022
The New York Times  Lasers, a Drone and 31 Mics: How We Created a 3-D Experience of Hearing a Choir, May 13, 2021
The New York Times Creating Stories You Can Walk Through, October 13, 2020
We-Make-Money-Not-Art Back Water: What should be classified as “wilderness” in a post-industrial world?, May 21, 2020
Design Exchange Film: Back Water, May 15, 2020
Washington Post New movies to stream this week, May 6, 2020
What’s Next? ECO MATERIALISM AND CONTEMPORARY ART Linda Weintraub, Chicago University Press, February 2019
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WNYC New Sounds: 6/30/14 “Episode #3612”
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Studio 360 Artists and Scientists Riff on Water
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New Art/Science Affinities (2011) by Andrea Grover, Ragine Debatty, Claire Evans and Pablo Garcia.
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Bay Citizen Artists Tackle Chemical Trails Inside Body
Examiner Jon Cohrs — running a pirate radio station, Urban Wilderness Action Center, making designer salt
BoingBoing How to Set Up An Analog TV Station
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BoingBoing Eureka 2.0: collaborative urban prospecting
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