Want to be part of an atmospheric sensing leap this Saturday, challenging the aerial borders of the fossil fuel regime on drifting elemental journeys? We invite you to join us in releasing to the sky De-NOx, an aerosolar sculpture sent aloft as the call sign for the renewaling of our participation in the other-worldly community of our many-voiced environments.
Aeronauts of Argentina, Aerocene arrives this weekend floating in the air to Rosario! We will be building a huge Aerosolar Museum and carrying out Aerosolar flights in the Paraná River coast, signing in the air our commitment towards a future free of fossil fuels. Everyone is invited!
Aerocene Foundation is glad to present the manual for the Aeroreflector. Fly, cook and cool the earth with the sun – reflect on a new epoch, free from fossil fuels!” The Aeroreflector invites a collective turn towards the most important energy source for earthly life, the Sun.
Experimenting with the elemental towards a new, different attunement to the planet, becoming more sensitive to the objects and vibrations passing through the atmosphere and around us, Aerocene invites the public of Paris, human and more-than-human, to be ON AIR this week 24-29.10-2018.
Mobilizing the Aerocene community of hackers, balloonists, dreamers, artists, and scientists to collectively lift off ground, we invite everyone to join this Saturday 27.10.2018.
Friday 26.10.2018 – discuss, think and listen with Aerocene practitioners, contributors and researchers with expertise in environmental justice, distributed autonomous organization, elemental philosophy, aero-acoustics, astrophysics and aerial history.
A chance to inspire change, and discuss ways to implement a fossil-free aerosolar infrastructure to cross-border transportation, Aerocene has been invitied to TEN-T Days in Ljubljana 25-27 April.
Welcome all to explore buoyancy over the Italian alps; floating over mountain tops using only air currents and the heat of the Sun, and collecting atmospheric data as well as tracking the swirling trace of the Explorer.