WHAT'S NEW

Check it out: The new SolarPunk-Permaculture podcast with an interview with me about SolarPunk aesthetics.


The SolarPunk Permaculture Podcast seeks to forge the powerful narrative force of the SolarPunk movement w/ the ethics and design principles that underpin Permaculture.


2021 - SolarPunk permaculture podcast

by Sam Betteridge

2021 / CO-NATURE workshop - Brussels Coopcity

Co-Nature is a research project, it is a collaboration between the ULB and VUB togehter with Bruxelles Environnement and BMA bouwmeester maître architecte. Their aim is to co-produce scenarios for nature-based urban regeneration.


My contribution about the cooperative city is available on the Co-Nature site. An illustrated story about landuse.

2021 Article Interaliamagzine

Issue 64: Navigating New Territories

Navigating New Territories explores such subjects as Affinities between Art and Science, environmental arts and health, the future of AI in art and space exploration, solarpunk future cities, bird migration, and the potential of a brand new physics.

2020 / OUT NOW: Art book UNIVERSITAS

The entire art project Universitas, now available in 1 hard copy art book, entitled: UNIVERSITAS: Solarpunk Aesthetics 


The book is meant as an inspiration book in which different types of settlements and futuristic ideas are explored. The book counts more than 100 full color illustrations and some explanatory texts. More to be found on the project website www.hbottlefield.com.


2020 / Solarpunk: Postindustrial design & aesthetics

Written by Eric Hunting / illustrations Dustin Jacobus

Excerpt form the introduction: In recent years a futurist aesthetic movement called Solarpunk has emerged in response to renewed public concern for the environment and a seeming lack of reflection of that concern in much contemporary art and design.

But how to characterize this aesthetic? How to portray it? In this piece we will present some suggestions as to the nature of this future and the principles — with their reasoning — that go into the speculative design of its artifacts and architecture. These can only be suggestions. One cannot accurately predict the future nor can the interpretation of trends and influences on it be definitive. The futurist can, at best, capture the theme of the tune. Lyrics remain a toss-up.