Andrea Carrillo, Lucía Millet & Lucía Ugena present COMPOSTING FIELDS #1: ISLAND OF SIMULATION 


This work explores the ethical, aesthetic, and technological implications linked to the simulation of tropical ecosystems. It is based on the case of the Climatron, the first geodesic dome greenhouse, built in 1960 in St. Louis Missouri that attempted to simulate specific ecosystems of Hawaii, Java, India, and the Amazon for research and performance purposes.

Video made in collaboration with Lucía Millet, Lucía Ugena and the Institute for Postnatural Studies

Andrea Carrillo Iglesias (Tijuana, 1986) is a visual artist and graphic designer. Her work combines research and artistic production practices exploring the relationship between image, power and knowledge, as well as their effects on the ways in which our reality is socially and aesthetically produced.