The Global Seed Vault, situated deep in the permafrost of Svalbard is celebrating its 10 years aniversary this year. We have spoken to Seed Vault Coordinator Åsmund Asdal about the importance of storing original seeds safely in an unstable world.Read More
Nicanor Perlas is a global activist, writer and speaker and regarded as one of the most remarkable leaders of the peoples movements of today.
In the midst of his active existence Perlas graciously took the time to talk to Elementa about what he sees as being the most crucial concern of our times.Read More
In collaboration with art group The Molecular Ballet Elementa have the pleasure to offer a small series of limited edition art prints from their Molecular Axes series.
The project is based on a 256 "image seeds" collected anonymously from artists and non-artists, designers, researchers, musicians and others - to produce an experimental visual language during the course of 10 years.
Daniel Eugene Lacey-McDermott - better known as Captain Credible, is an uncompromising Norwegian electronic artist that has been pushing the limits of electronic music releases and building his own hacked instruments since 2008.Read More
In collaboration with the art group ^O^, in 2017 we are kicking off The Molecular Ballet - a project which intends to use music, performance and cinema to explore contemporary themes of design, technology and mind expansion.Read More
In the new exhibition at OCA, language and technology common to the field of science fiction creates the backdrop to an exploration of human nature and how we position ourselves in an ever-expanding environment.
A painting from 1922 by the seminal Indian modernist Gaganendranath Tagore serves as a vantage point for the exhibition. The painting, which is loosely based on what is known as a preliminary science fiction story written in the Bengali language, depicts the ascending of a humanized entity to a celestial or spatial sphere removed of its earthly boundsRead More
In occasion of the opening of the Elementa studio space we recently had the chance to chat with Stockholm-based designers Prang Lerttaweewit and Paulo Barcelos - who have co-created the magical 31T concept.
Prang studied as an experience designer at Konstfack and runs Another New Design Studio and has been approaching themes like food, caring for elders and funerary practices in fresh ways.Read More