Ecoarttech is an experimental, postdisciplinary, mixed media environmental art collaborative founded in 2005 by artist Cary Peppermint and literary writer/critic Leila Christine Nadir. The collaborative explores the complex relationships between modernity, technologies, networks, and concepts of nature and culture. Merging primitive with emergent technologies, ecoarttech’s work investigates the overlapping terrain between “nature,” built environments, mobility, and electronic spaces.〔(Ecoarttech website. )〕 In furtherfield.org, Sophia Kosmaoglou writes, "Refusing to regard technology merely as a tool, Ecoarttech expand the uses of mobile technology and digital networks revealing them to be fundamental components of the way we experience our environment... By drawing our attention to the increasing replacement or mediation of physical experiences by technology, Ecoarttech challenge the widely reproduced distinction between nature and culture." 〔Sophia Kosmaoglou, ("Interview with Leila Nadir and Cary Peppermint of Ecoarttech," Furtherfield.org ) (April 20, 2012)〕 In ''visualMAG'', Teresa de Andrés describes the artists as "determined to blur the frontiers between city and countryside by using technologies in a creative way... they invite us to lose ourselves in unexplored lands, sinuous urban alleys and arid mountains to the south of the Earth.〔("The wildness in the city," ) Interview with Teresa de Andrés, ''visualMAG'' (June 13, 2012)〕
In 2009, ecoarttech launched "Eclipse," an internet-based work commissioned by Turbulence of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc.〔(Eclipse ), 2009〕 and Untitled Landscape #5, a digital environmental artwork commissioned by the Whitney Museum of Art, as part of the Sunrise/Sunset series inaugurated in 2009.〔Untitled Landscape #5, (Whitney Museum of American Art Sunrise/Sunset Series ), 2009〕 In 2010, ecoarttech worked with the University of North Texas on a work exploring the Trinity River Basin of North Texas and unique, man-made waterbody called Soil Conservation Services Hickory Creek Basin Retarding Pond 16.〔("EcoArtTech lecture launches WaterWays 2010 and Fluid Frontier initiatives," UNT News and Events )〕
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