Jerimijenko combines art, science, and engineering to explore social and environmental issues.
Tangible media projects that engage with non-human animals.
Toy robot dogs modified with sensors to detect toxins in the environment.
Mini gardens planted in the illegal parking spaces directly in front of fire hydrants. When it rains, the gardens help filter water that runs from city streets to the ocean.
One thousand cloned trees planted in different parts of the Bay Area. The project explores the influences of nature and nurture.
Cross[X]Species Adventure Club
The club invents new culinary recipes with sustainable agriculture in mind. The recipes include ingredients that both "reduce the environmental costs" and "promote, augment and remediate ecosystems."