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Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses2018 ➔ Coexist:Polar

Thesis


Related people/organizations

Aimee Abalos (designer)
Anthony Jesse Deen (thesis advisor)
Andrew Zornoza (thesis advisor)
Jesse Alexander Madden Harding (thesis advisor)
Chris Prentice (thesis advisor)

Date

May 16 2018

Description

Beginning with the Industrial Revolution, the Anthropocene is an era that started to shape our modern lifestyle to rely on non-renewable resources. While humans continue to own and harvest the earth's natural resources, wildlife is forced to interact with our technology and adapt to environmental changes generated by humans. In the Anthropocene era, technology is the primary negative impact that causes ecological destruction, but it can be the tool for the human advancement. Coexist is a project explores the possibilities of utilizing emerging technologies as a tool for creating good social impact in wildlife conservation.

Identifier

PC020402_2018_abala805

Citation

Aimee Abalos. Coexist:Polar. May 16 2018. Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses; 2018. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 14 Oct 2019.

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