Cortada Projects uses the power of art to engage the community in learning about and addressing important ecological concerns including climate change, sea-level rise, and biodiversity loss. Plan(T), University of Miami Professor of Practice and Artist Xavier Cortada’s latest participatory eco-art project, focuses on sea-level rise and saltwater intrusion in South Florida. 

In Public Housing: Xavier Cortada, Diatom Fountain, 2017. Cortada’s public art work addresses our relationship to place, to each other and the natural world. His practice engages audiences to explore our ability to better coexist with and care for nature.

CERN: Cortada’s five giant banners hang at the CMS experiment facility where the the Higgs boson was discovered. Replicas of works about the 5 search strategies scientists used to help confirm the Standard Model of Physics on tour at Kansas City’s Museum at Prariefire.

Addressing Sea Level Rise: Astrid is in Whatcom Museum’s permanent collection. 20 works from the Global Coastlines series will be shown at the UNTITLED, ART Fair’s “Futurescape Miami: Skyline to Shoreline” presented by the Facebook Art Department  on Miami Beach from December 3rd – 8th. 

Click here to make a tax-deductible donation to support Plan(T), a New York Foundation for the Arts Fiscally Sponsored Artist Project.