Natalie Jeremijenko, an aerospace engineer and environmental health professor at New York University, came up with a rooftop design to solve these common problems for urban farming. Her fixtures may be more economical than other urban farm concepts because they take up real estate that otherwise goes unused, and unlike other urban farm designs, they can pack in the plants, because everything, from the integrated systems to their bubble shape, is a slave to efficiency.
Natalie Jeremijenko (born 1966) is an artist and engineer whose background includes studies in biochemistry, physics, neuroscience and precision engineering. She is an active member of the net.art movement, and her work primarily explores the interface between society, the environment and technology. She is currently an Associate Professor at NYU in the Visual Art Department, and has affiliated faculty appointments in Computer Science and Environmental Studies.
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Ten Things Theaters Need to Do Right Now to Save Themselves – Theater – The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper
1.Enough with the goddamned Shakespeare already.
2.Tell us something we don’t know.
3.Produce dirty, fast, and often.
4.Get them young.
5.Offer child care.
6.Fight for real estate.
8.Boors’ night out.
10.Drop out of graduate school.