Space for Art & Industry

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Space for Art & Industry

Duggal worked with Marc Ganzglass, the founder of the Space for Art & Industry, a gallery inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard Museum in Building 92. The gallery examines the connection between art and production/industry. Duggal produced two large panels of Mac Tac Bubble Free for a window, duratrans and a digital c print mounted to white gator with a wood brace for their first exhibit, Climate Manipulation Station, in November 2011.

Click here to read the press release for Climate Manipulation Station.

Click here to read more about Marc Ganzglass and his gallery.

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Shafler and Lackner discuss the CO2 scrubbing “synthetic tree” developed in Lackner’s lab at Columbia University Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy.


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Professor Lackner and artist Klaus Shafler describing the project to Brooklyn Navy Yard President, Andrew Kimball, and Mayor Bloomberg.

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Professor Lackner snapping an image of the Mac Tac transparency Duggal printed.