NEWS AND FLIGHTS
Interested in borrowing an Aerocene Explorer kit and conducting your own aerosolar launch? Find out where the current borrowing stations are located worldwide.
Tethered Aerocene sculptures floated above San Francisco, California, launched by students of the California College of the Arts as part of the final review of the course "Cloud Cities, and Other Possibilities."
Students from the "Cloud Cities, and Other Possibilities" course at California College of the Arts, led by their instructor Joseph Becker, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's associate curator of architecture and design, successfully floated two Aerocene sculptures.
On the heels of the groundbreaking Antarctic Biennale expedition, a heterogeneous group of engineers, oceanographers, hacktivists, writers and artists gathered for a productive Aerocene brainstorming session at Satellogic, a tech company building nanosatellites in Buenos Aires.
Two long-time Aerocene collaborators, Public Lab’s Nick Shapiro and Liz Barry, joined a group of artists, scientists, and technological visionaries on a nautical journey to mark the first Antarctic Biennale.