Reweaving Ourselves, Part Two: Technology for a Disoriented Humanity Lecture/panel Wed, Nov 18, 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET Online Registration required // Reweaving Ourselves: Contemporary Ecology through the Ideas of Juan Downey is the second online conference organized by the Cisneros Institute at MoMA and conceived by guest curator Julieta González as part of a three-year research initiative on the relationships between art and the environment in Latin America. // In this session, artist Eduardo Kac will present his explorations of bio-art and his work in the context of an expanded conception of ecology. Architectural historian Felicity Scott will speak about the impact of cybernetics on the artistic production of the 1960s and 1970s, and her particular research on the work of Juan Downey and Les Levine. They will engage in a conversation on the present-day relations between art, architecture, technology, and ecology.