Felipe Macia

Artist and filmaker exploring questions on landscape, atmosphere and planetary systems

Statemnt + CV

PUBLIC SPACE INSTALLATIONS
Architectural Kinetics Public Space

VIDEO/LIGHT INSTALLATIONS
Archeology of Sky # 4
Atmosphere of Rivers
Boundaries
Niebla
No Cumbia Without Forest
Monoculture 3D Portraits
La Danza del Agricultor
La Voz de la Tierra

SOUND INSTALLATIONS
Arhceology of Sky # 3
Archeology of Sky #2
Archeology of Sky #1

EXPERIMENTAL 3D
Monoculture 3D

FILM
Greener Than Gold
The Last Miller

CURATORIAL WORK
Forest in the Caribean 
Dulce Tumaco

PUBLICATIONS
Forecast Journal Issue 11






f.macia23@gmail.com

FORECAST JOURNAL


FALL 2023

Forecast is an art collective collaborating within an experimental creative process.





ISSUE 11: ATMOSPHERE



Issue 11 was generated on land, across six states and five countries, and in the air between 3,000 and 30,000 feet. It contains 18 essays presenting unexpected perspectives on the space between Earth and outer space accompanied by visual experiments attempting nonhuman dialogues with air. In these pages you will find the air making art, water making a building, earth making sound, trees marking time, clouds unmaking borders, atmosphere becoming philosophy, a planet regulating itself, there becoming here, then becoming now.
FULL COLOR | 11×15 IN. | 180 PAGES
“Air is far from empty. Our planet’s atmosphere is a dense stew that scientists are only beginning to understand. This organic brew contains viruses and bacteria and all manner of plant and animal life forms in an astonishing variety — caterpillars, spiders, aphids, butterflies, moths, beetles, mites and other invertebrates; plus countless seeds, spores and pollen, grains of fungi, algae, mosses, liverworts and flowering plants.”
—  DAVID LUKAS, AERIAL PLANKTON