art, landscape architecture, urban design

2021- Now

Building Conservation Networks,

Engagement, GIS, Photography

Building Conservation Networks is an environmental art and creative engagement project that focuses on using art to raise awareness about urban, old-growth trees. Our research is dovetailing with the local municipality to foster new and innovative approaches to conserve and enhance the urban forest.

Mapping the Invisible

Building Conservation Networks is an environmental art and creative engagement project that focuses on using art to raise awareness about urban, old-growth trees. Our research is dovetailing with the local municipality to foster new and innovative approaches to conserve and enhance the urban forest.

Hamilton is known as an industrial center and an arts city. It is also an Eco-city.

2021- Now

Environmental Artwork

Building Conservation Networks is a multi-sited installation created by Lesia Mokrycke to raise awareness through science-based artworks about the present degradation of the urban forest, and emphasize that by restoring habitat and protecting old-growth trees in urban centers, we can both reduce carbon emissions and protect the planet. 

 

Click on the menu to learn about each tree species, share a story, and view the index. Our research is dovetailing with the local municipality to foster new and innovative approaches to conserve and enhance the urban forest.

Made possible through the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, Research and Creation grant. This website is a virtual component of Building Conservation Networks. Click on the link below to see the online exhibition Monument Trees with Hamilton Civic Museums, City of Hamilton.

Building Conservation Networks

© 2023 by Lesia Mokrycke

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