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Nicholas de Monchaux and Angelo Vermeulen, named joint Michael Kalil fellows for 2012, discuss the cultural intersections of nature and technology in the context of their work. During the event, the three $5,000 project grants supported by the Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design will also be awarded.
Nicholas de Monchaux is an architect and urbanist whose work examines the intersections of nature, technology, and the city.
Angelo Vermeulen is a visual artist, filmmaker, and biologist. His research in ecology, environmental pollution, and teratology informs his art, which includes bio-installations, experimental setups incorporating living organisms and science fiction references.
For more information on the Michael Kalil Endowment for Smart Design, visit