Erik Sanner

Erik Sanner is Director of Research at Martian Tea and an interdisciplinary artist based in New York City. His collaborative and solo projects have been exhibited at venues such as Anderson Contemporary (NYC), Carmichael Gallery (LA), the Courtauld Institute of Art (London), the Danforth Museum (Massachusetts), the Katonah Museum of Art (NY), LICHT FELD (Switzerland), and Wave Hill (NY).
http://martiantea.com/
Martian Free State @ Earth @ North America @ USA @ NYC

Artwork:
Martian Weed and Pest Utility Research

Martian Neighborhood Hyllie

Martian Neighborhood Hyllie

At the center of most European villages is a church or a castle. In Hyllie, the first structure was the spaceship. The hotels, malls, condos and office buildings came later ... More Information
Collaborative Possibilities

Collaborative Possibilities

A workshop can be anything. Modes of communication and expression do not need to be predetermined. Silence, speech, listening, thought, action… Our phones are pocket television studios, our movements can ... More Information
Crafting Freedom: Framework for Cosmopolitan Food Legislation

Crafting Freedom: Framework for Cosmopolitan Food Legislation

Friday 21, Saturday 22, Sunday 23 July 13:00 - 14:00 Join Erik Sanner at his Mars Crater for a conversation about food legislation. Insects are eaten in many cultures around ... More Information
Elevating the Swedish Palate into Extraterrestrial Situations

Elevating the Swedish Palate into Extraterrestrial Situations

Friday 13 July Saturday 15 July, Sunday 15 July 13:00 - 14:00 Erik Sanner invites you to a conversation at his installation Martian Weed and Pest Utility Research. Cultural identity ... More Information
Collaborative Possibilities with Erik Sanner

Collaborative Possibilities with Erik Sanner

Saturday 1 July and Sunday 2 July, 2017 13:00 - 15:00 We need to cooperate in order to survive. On Earth, on Mars, on the Moon, on a space station, ... More Information
Agrikultura Launch Day

Agrikultura Launch Day

1 July, 2017 11:00 - 18:00 Kulturföreningen Triennal is delighted to announce that Agrikultura, an exhibition of public artworks, installations, meals, performances, urban interventions, mobile kitchens, and events to take ... More Information
Are tea plants innately slug-resistant?

Are tea plants innately slug-resistant?

An Alaskan gardener suggests using coffee grounds as slug repellent, as slugs apparently hate caffeine. A Swedish farm already grows tea, and they sell tea seedlings. As part of our ... More Information