Andrés Bernal

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Im an artist living in a very special jungle jumping from farm/conservation efforts to art creation in both the digital and physical realms
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Colombia - Tropical dry forest
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A beautiful documentary about the magic of nature in Colombia (you can activate english subs):

2 days ago
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4 days ago




Samantha Lewis and Opalyn Rose invite you to an enchanting 40-minute exploration into the art of natural textiles. Join the world of spinning, weaving, and fabric creation. Discover their personal journeys into textile arts, techniques for spinning various yarns, and insights into fabric design. This detailed overview captures their expertise and passion for sustainable crafting, showcased in the Low Tech Laboratory 2 movie and part of the Permaculture Technology Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.


   
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  • 6 days ago




    Join Eliot Mason and participants at the Permaculture Technology Jamboree as they engage in the pioneering Humus Well Project. Learn the step-by-step construction of a unique subterranean water retention system designed to combat aridity on challenging terrain. This educational journey is captured in a 37 minutes movie, showcasing innovative ecological engineering, featured as part of the Low Tech Laboratory 2 movie.


       
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  • 1 week ago




    Explore the craft of roundwood carpentry with Kyle Alister at the Permaculture Technology Jamboree. Follow the construction of the Log Picnic Table 3.0, a robust outdoor furnishing made exclusively from naturally fallen logs, demonstrating the art of building without nails, screws, or artificial binders. Witness the creation unfold in a detailed one-and-a-half-hour movie, part of the insightful Low Tech Laboratory 2 movie.


       
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  • 1 week ago

    May Lotito wrote:I have a hypothetical question:
    If someone takes a video and realizes later there's a child or neighbor in it and prefer not to show. There is no way to retake the video and the clip might be only seconds long in the final movie. How hard or laborious to blur the face area? Will staff help with this upon request?



    Usually, cropping the video slightly is enough to remove any unwanted scenery or people. However, if these elements are too prominent or centered, blurring could be an option, but it might result in an unattractive final product. In such cases, I would recommend reshooting the video if possible. :)
    1 week ago




    Join Tim Lanese and participants at the Permaculture Technology Jamboree as they dive into the intricate process of constructing a moon gate using traditional dry stacking techniques. This masonry project avoids the use of mortar or modern adhesives, relying solely on the natural gravity and strategic placement of stones. Learn from their experiences through a 32 minutes movie, capturing the essence of sustainable building, featured in the Low Tech Laboratory 2 movie and the Permaculture Technology Jamboree at Wheaton Labs.


       
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    Follow along with Mike Haasl and students at the Permaculture Technology Jamboree as they tackle the challenge of building a durable outdoor staircase on a hillside using nothing but logs and roundwood timber techniques. This carpentry project shuns the use of metal, glue, or any materials other than wood harvested right from Wheaton Labs. Immerse yourself in the detailed process of this construction through a one-and-a-half-hour movie, part of  the Low Tech Laboratory 2 full event.


       
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