delta_ark is creating digital installations
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Delta_Ark creates solarpunk installations for groups that adopt solidarity economy principles.
The solarpunk science fiction sub-genre renders positive futures that could emerge from the contemporary triple-crisis of climate change, inequality and nation-state dysfunction.
The solidarity economy is a coalition of groups seeking to enact new forms of local ecological stewardship, cooperative ownership, and decentralized governance in order to navigate us out of the above crises.

Delta_Ark has created work on behalf of Occupy Providence, Building #13 Squat in Rhode Island, the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project,Biome Arts, Wetland, and Swale.

Delta_Ark interviews group members and scrapes social data, then remixes this information into poetic prose that is displayed alongside a custom-built animated logo. These site-situated literature-heavy logos inform outsiders about the group's identity and values while also providing a description of what it is like to engage with their cutting edge social and political practices.

Please donate in order to keep us free from political influence. Help us maintain our independence in order to create installations that can continue to increase the profile of these dissident movements, which are solving the critical issues of our time.

Delta_Ark Staff:
El Kalinov (Founder): El graduated from Brown with an MFA in Digital Literature, was an Eyebeam-Buzzfeed Fellow in SF and has aspirations for a permanent semiotic mercerenary lifestyle.
Giebelius Petrus (Studio Manager, Writer): Giebelius graduated with an MFA in Poetry from Brown, and is currently writing a novel about a brothel on Mars.
Robert Safrata (Artist): Robert graduated from the NYU Game Center and currently produces games about the nature of thought.
Han Han (Developer): Han was a developer for a variety of Bay Area tech companies and currently is creating software for distributed collaboration.
Son Kit (Marketer): Son is getting their graphic design MFA at RISD, and is developing the canon of Korean-American Science-Fiction.
Tiers
Delta_Ark Virtual Hang
$5 or more per month 1 patron
You will gain access to the weekly virtual hang on the Delta_Ark discord. 


Delta_Ark takes a poll every week to determine if the subscribers want:


(1.) a virtual teach-in on a technical or issue-based topic

(2.) a progress/prototype-report with an opportunity to provide feedback/influence result

(3.) subscriber-based pitches to incorporate subscriber art/writing/code

(4.) subscriber-based pitches to get their work blasted up on a building during a Delta_Ark projection run

Studio Sponsor
$1,000 or more per month 0 patrons
Delta_Ark creates solarpunk installations for groups that adopt solidarity economy principles.
The solarpunk science fiction sub-genre renders positive futures that could emerge from the contemporary triple-crisis of climate change, inequality and nation-state dysfunction.
The solidarity economy is a coalition of groups seeking to enact new forms of local ecological stewardship, cooperative ownership, and decentralized governance in order to navigate us out of the above crises.

Delta_Ark has created work on behalf of Occupy Providence, Building #13 Squat in Rhode Island, the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project,Biome Arts, Wetland, and Swale.

Delta_Ark interviews group members and scrapes social data, then remixes this information into poetic prose that is displayed alongside a custom-built animated logo. These site-situated literature-heavy logos inform outsiders about the group's identity and values while also providing a description of what it is like to engage with their cutting edge social and political practices.

Please donate in order to keep us free from political influence. Help us maintain our independence in order to create installations that can continue to increase the profile of these dissident movements, which are solving the critical issues of our time.

Delta_Ark Staff:
El Kalinov (Founder): El graduated from Brown with an MFA in Digital Literature, was an Eyebeam-Buzzfeed Fellow in SF and has aspirations for a permanent semiotic mercerenary lifestyle.
Giebelius Petrus (Studio Manager, Writer): Giebelius graduated with an MFA in Poetry from Brown, and is currently writing a novel about a brothel on Mars.
Robert Safrata (Artist): Robert graduated from the NYU Game Center and currently produces games about the nature of thought.
Han Han (Developer): Han was a developer for a variety of Bay Area tech companies and currently is creating software for distributed collaboration.
Son Kit (Marketer): Son is getting their graphic design MFA at RISD, and is developing the canon of Korean-American Science-Fiction.

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Tiers
Delta_Ark Virtual Hang
$5 or more per month 1 patron
You will gain access to the weekly virtual hang on the Delta_Ark discord. 


Delta_Ark takes a poll every week to determine if the subscribers want:


(1.) a virtual teach-in on a technical or issue-based topic

(2.) a progress/prototype-report with an opportunity to provide feedback/influence result

(3.) subscriber-based pitches to incorporate subscriber art/writing/code

(4.) subscriber-based pitches to get their work blasted up on a building during a Delta_Ark projection run

Studio Sponsor
$1,000 or more per month 0 patrons