Steam2020 Exhibition ad\nd Colloquium: Ecologies, Spheres, Permeability, Ecotones
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STEAM2020

Exploring the idea of ecosystems and liminal spaces as metaphors for critical thought


STEAM2020's focus is on the idea of ecosystems and liminal spaces as a metaphor for critical thought. An ecology is most known as a method of describing natural or biological interdependencies and cooperations. In the greater sense, we can apply that notion as a systems mapping strategy to also describe the anthropological, the geopolitical, urban planning and countless others as organizational domains to evaluate and understand our relationship as a part of the ecosystem. In this way, we can apply the idea of an "ecosystem" as a concept for mapping the interdependencies and the co-mutualisms of an group of actors.

Meet the Artists

View bios, artist statements and select photos for the STEAM2020 artists.

Meet the Artists

Schedule of Events

Check out the full schedule of events at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts and Pensacola Museum of Art.

Schedule of Events