Explores the use of biological agents to remediate toxins in a creative cleanup and collaboration with local partners and communities surrounding Newtown Creek.
The Fairy Rings @ ExxonMobil Greenpoint Petroleum Remediation Project Site is a land art installation and social sculpture that imagines the future by working together to find solutions.
Collaborating with pioneer scientist Dr. Howard Mielke in New Orleans to connect with Brooklyn College’s Soil Lab. Working to understand and find solutions to improve human and environmental health to reduce harm from legacy lead in soils.
The Fairy Rings, a mycoremediation project at Newtown Creek purposes to transform the water of toxins in a sculptural form. The sculptural form is an alliance between the material structure and nature. Nature participates through the ongoing process of sprouting mushrooms, mycelium decomposing and cleansing the water of toxins.