Selected Citations

Selected Press and Reviews

CBS Pittsburgh Dark Alley No More: Shimmering Display Turns Downtown Passageway Into Art by David Highfield May 11, 2018

Relish Winston-Salem Journal Art and science marry in real-time public art installation by Lynn Felder Mar 22, 2018

88.5 WFDD Public Light Installation "Particle Falls" Merges Science And Art by Eddie Garcia Feb 23, 2018

Brooklyn Street Art Working the Cornfields on a Santa Fe Facade With Jetsonorama May 1, 2017

Pasatiempo The perfect (design) storm by Patricia Lenihan September 22, 2017

Environmental Factor Science and Art Shed Light on Air Pollution, Health by Virginia Guidry, US Department of Health and Human Services, May 2017

WUNC 91.5 New Exhibit Shows Real-Time Spikes In Air Pollution by Rebecca Martinez, April 10, 2017

News Observer Downtown Raleigh project turns air pollution into art by Paul Specht, April 14, 2017

Walter Magazine Light up: Science meets public art, April 2017

News Observer Downtown Raleigh art shows pollution in real time by Travis Long, April 14, 2017

CBS North Carolina New public art exhibit aims to highlight Raleigh pollution by Carleigh Griffeth, April 12, 2017

The New York Times Built on Steel, Pittsburgh Now Thrives on Culture (photo of Energy Flow) by Lucas Peterson, April 12, 2017

The Santa Fe Reporter: Artology Project space devoted to art and science springs up on Agua Fría by Jordan Eddy, April 12, 2017

The Washington Post Pittsburgh is a city with a big art (scene) by Kristen Page-Kirby, April 12, 2017

WRAL Destination: Particle Falls, downtown Raleigh air quality exhibit by Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, March 30, 2017

Public News Service Dirty Air? Art Display Illustrates Invisible Pollution in NC, March 15, 2017

Pittsburgh City Paper Program with renowned environmental artist Saturday at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art, January 26, 2017

Indy Week Particle Falls, a Spectacular Display With a Pressing Environmental Message, Lights Up Downtown Raleigh by Erica Johnson, March 15 2017

Albuquerque Journal NM Tech Council celebrates local `wonder women’ by Kevin Robinson-Avila, March 2, 2017

Pittsburgh Green Story Wind and Water: Environmentally-Conscious Art Flourishing on Pittsburgh Bridge February 20, 2017

The Incline Love the Rachel Carson Bridge’s new lights? They could stay on through 2018, January 13, 2017

Community Voices Post Gazette Art Notes Public Art is Making the Invisible Visible, January 23, 2017

KWQC6 Art Above Sixty Six, Thirty Three, Fran Riley Feature, January 16, 2017Adafruit Andrea Polli #ALD16 @findingada, October 11, 2016

Next Pittsburgh CMOA tackles social issues with four-part photography initiative LIGHTIME by Amanda Walz, September 6, 2016

Trib Live What's with that clock at the Carnegie Museum of Art? Wait for 'Nightime' by Shirley McMarlin, September 7, 2016

The Alibi Insights: Distinguished Lecture Series, September 2016

The Albuquerque Journal UNM’s faculty show features 29 artists by Kathaleen Roberts, September 16, 2016

Forecast Public Art, Public Art Review Climate Storytelling, July 2016

South Pittsburgh Reporter Rachel Carson Bridge to be part of Light Up Night celebration, August 2, 2016

Places Journal Mattern, Shannon. 'Cloud and Field', August 2016

Public Art Review Big Issues: Human Scale, How Artists Help Us Make Sense of Climate Change, Spring/Summer 2016

Santa Barbara Independent ‘Beyond 2 Degrees’ at MCASB by Charles Donelan, March 23, 2016

Boulder Weekly Rethinking attitudes towards sustainability by Angela K. Evans, March 31, 2016

Creative Loafing Charlotte Particle Falls presents an invisible reality by Anita Overcash, March 9, 2016

WFAE 90.7 UNCC Center City Installation Visualizes Our Air by David Boraks, March 4, 2016

Inverse The Internet Is Finally Changing How We Look at and Buy Artwork by Emily Gaudette, February 16, 2016

The Charlotte Observer Dust Particles as Art? Yes it's Possible by Jody Mace, March 3, 2016

The Charlotte Observer Air pollution becomes public art in uptown Charlotte exhibit by Bruce Henderson, March 5, 2016

Non-Profit Quarterly Well-Placed Subversive Art Slams Business Rhetoric at Paris Climate Talks by Susan Raab, December 3, 2015

Yahoo News Climate change artist-activists sidestep protest ban during COP21 summit by Michael Walsh, December 2, 2015

Gizmodo 7 Installations Protesting Climate Change In Paris, Even If Actual Protesters Can't by Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan, October 30, 2015

Art Media Agency Art at the Heart of Ecological Transition, December 3, 2015

Paris Match Artists are Going Green, December 7, 2015

Metro News Artists are Rain or Shine around the COP21, December 1, 2015

Culturebox France L'art contemporain se met au vert pour la COP 21, November 28, 2015

Modzik Écolos En Herbe? Quatre Expositions pour vous Pendant la COP21 by Marine Guillemette, November 20, 2015

Liberation COP21: quand l’art joue (un peu) la carte du climat, November 28, 2015

France Today A New Élan for American Art in Paris by Sylvia Edwards Davis, November 23, 2015

Conaissance Des Artes L’art peut-il changer le monde? by Véronique Bouruet-Aubertot, November 30, 2015

Le Journal de la Reunion COP21: quand l’art joue (un peu) la carte du climat, November 28, 2015

Artistik Rezo L'art se met au diapason de la COP21, November 28, 2015

WDR Hagen Leuchtet: Lichtfestival "Urban Lights Ruhr", October 2015

RuhrNachrichten Urban Lights Ruhr Licht verwandelt Problem-Tunnel in einen Palast, October 2015

The Alibi Public Art and Activism between Climate, Culture and Informational Space, October 2015

Toute La Culture [INTERVIEW] Andrea Polli by Amelie Blaustein Niddam, November 27, 2015

The Straits Times World Ministers meet in Paris to work out global climate change deal, November 9, 2015

The Taos News Paseo Pop Up works up some STEAM by Nikki Lyn Pugh, June 20, 2015

Worden, S. (2015). The Earth Sciences and Creative Practice: Entering the Anthropocene. In H. Dew (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Digital Media and Creative Technologies (pp. 110-140). Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global.

Cache Valley Daily Particle Falls art piece again on display at USU by Mitch Henline February 19, 2015

Edible Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos Art & Ecology Exploring the Origin of Food Through Art by Elizabeth Shores, February/March, 2015

Utah Herald Journal News New USU Interdisciplinary Project Aims to Bridge Art, Science by Kevin Opsahl December 3, 2014

Utah Standard Examiner USU Art and Science Mashup Evokes DaVinci by Becky Wright December 11, 2014 Pittsburgh Radio 90.5, Public Art Points Out Pollution During Holiday Celebration by Mark Nootbaar Nov 21, 2014

Pittsburgh Post Gazette Particle Falls Sheds Light on Pollution by Madasyn Czebiniak Nov 16,2014

Cambridge News and The Independent, 2014 Fermentation Fest Sept 26, 2014

Rootstock, Fermentation Fest August 22, 2014

ABC Radio Selections from Sonic Antarctica featured on Soundproof Radio Yak August 10, 2014

Springfield News Leader Artists Make Connection Between Science, Tea by Camille Dautrich July 30, 2014

NEA Arts Magazine A Kind of Beauty The Artistic Climate

Philadelphia CityPaper Nineteen Philly arts groups are rolling around in piles of Knight Foundation money today Mikala Jamison May 13, 2014

ABC-6 Action News

Scientific American/Symbiartic blog

WHYY Friday Arts Philadelphia Public Television November 2013

WHYY Newsworks

New Mexico Business Weekly Morning Edition: July 26, 2012: ABQ to host International Symposium on Electronic Art

Sandia Lab News November 4, 2011: Where art & science meet: Art/technology happening looks to Sandia for ideas

THE: Santa Fe's Monthly Magazine September 2012 Edition Cover & ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness: Preview (pg 38)

Adobe Airstream Listen: ISEA2012: Electronic Art Meets Humanism

KUNM Performance New Mexico: ISEA2012: Machine Wilderness, Women's Focus ISEA2012: Machine Wilderness, and ISEA artists explore intersection between art and technology New Mexico

New Mexico PBS: New Mexico In Focus

'Albuquerque in the Global Spotlight' Art ltd. Special Supplement July 2012

MN Daily Dying Bats Immortalized through Techno, August 8, 2012

Woodstock Art Worm NPR Picks up on Woodstock's National Park Audio Artist, August 2012

WNYC Bat Calls make Eerie Comeback as Techno-like Beats, August 5, 2012

'Sound and Sustainability: National Park Artist Exhibit and New Studio Opening' The Vermont Standard July 12, 2012

National Park Audio Artist, Woodstock Early Worm July 12, 2012

El Tiempo April 2012 Festival sobre artes electrónicas en Manizales

Déjese sorprender por el Festival Internacional de la Imagen, April 2012

Revista Arcadia April 2012 Empieza el XI Festival Internacional de la Imagen

The New Mexican May 2012 The TIME Project

Art and Sustainability: Connecting Patterns for a Culture of Complexity by Sacha Kagan, Verlag Press 2011

SMOG DIVENTA ARTE (Smog becomes art) segment on Italian television program NONSOLOMODA (NOTONLYFASHION)

Participatory Mass Observation and Citizen Science The Leonardo Journal of The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology MIT Press Vol 41 No. 1

Art & Science Meet in Albuquerque Prime Time Monthly December, 2011

La Isobara Entra en Las Bellas Artes El Pais November 15, 2011

Where Art & Science Meet Sandia Lab News November 4, 2011

'Walkabout Sketchbook' by Roz Chast, and Art Pick Open City online, The New Yorker, September 19, 2011

'World’s leading creative minds choose Albuquerque for art-science meet ' by Megan Kamerick New Mexico Business Weekly, August 19, 2011

The Omnibus Roundup — Wayfinding, Green Cities, Safety Zones, Water and Phytoremediation', Urban Omnibus online City Island Hop, July 1, 2011

'This Week in New York Critic's Pick', Time Out print and online City Island Hop, July 3, 2011

Cura Magazine Issue #8 'Aesthetics of Climate' by Elena Giulia Rossi, spring/summer 2011

Franklin Furnace and the Spirit of the Avant-Garde: A History of the Future book by Toni Sant, Intellect Press 2011

Klimakunstforschung book edited by Friedrich von Borries, Christian Hiller and Wilma Renfordt, Merve Verlag Press 2011

Sound Mapping: A Primer by Greg J. Smith Current Intelligence February 15, 2011

Des Artistes en Pole Position by Julia Pascual Terra Eco February, 2011

The Artist's Guide to Grant Writing book by Gigi Rosenberg, Random House 2010

Artists-in-Labs: Networking in the Margins book by Jill Scott, Springer Books 2010

Land/Art: New Mexico book by Lucy Lippard, William Fox et. al Radius Books 2010

‘Undercurrents' Makes an Ecological Museum of New York City by Mike Newton The Indypendent June 2, 2010

Art + Science Now book by Stephen Wilson, Thames & Hudson 2010

EAR ROOM|re-sounding dialogues across the globe interview with Mark Peter Wright, January 2010

Santa Fe Reporter Ecotistical November 11, 2009

KNME PBS Television New Mexico in Focus October 30, 2009

MetroActive The Arts Poles Apart Artists at WORKS/San José examine the state of the Earth, north and south by Gary Singh August 19, 2009

Sentireascoltare Sonic Antarctica CD review by Sara Bracco August 06, 2009

Las Vegas Sun For Members of one Artist Residency, the Desert is their Muse by Kristen Peterson, Jun 7, 2009

Blow Up Magazine Inframedia by Leandro Pisano, review of Sonic Antarctica #134 July, 2009

A Companion to the Philosophy of Technology book by Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen et. al. Wiley-Blackwell Books 2009

Glitch-Designing Imperfection images in book, Thames and Hudson NY, 2009 Andrea Polli: Sonic Antarctica by Aureliio Cianciotta, Experimental Audio Art CD review March 30, 2009

Queens Tribune Queens Artist's Vision Unites With Mayor's Green Policy by Juliet Werner, 2008

Seed Magazine Cold Truth by Catrinel Bartolomeu December 10, 2008 Andrea Polli & Joe Gilmore - N. Electronic Music Review, 2008

The Villager Listening In: Electronic Musicians Take a Pulse of Urban Life by Stacey Coburn Vol. 78 No. 20 October 15-21, 2008

Checkerspot: A Canadian Wildlife Federation Magazine The Art of Climate Change by Bruce Gillespie Vol. 4 Fall/Winter, 2008/2009

L'Uomo Vogue (Italian Edition) Art: The Creative Fight Versis Global Warming by Donato Rahmani July, 2008

ARTnews Global Warning: A Portfolio by Rachel Corbett and Adam P. Schneider June, 2008

National Public Radio (NPR) Studio 360, Eco-Art interview with Trey Kay, first airing nationally April 19+20, 2008

Andrea Polli And 90 Degrees South video by Meredith Drum on the Good Magazine Video Blog, April 2, 2008

The New Cartographers In These Times by Jessica Clark, February 29, 2008

The Art of Sound The Antarctic Sun, February 1, 2008

CD Review Andrea Polli & Joe Gilmore: N. The Wire, Issue 287 January, 2008

Warning: Art! Arts in Climate Crisis Dam: Design, Architecture and Art Magazine no. 11 May/June, 2007

WKCR, Studio A, interview on The Ear to the Earth Festival 07 October 7th, 2007

Looking for Inspiration in the Melting Ice review by Claire Dederer in The New York Times September 23, 2007

WAMC Albany Public Radio feature by Julia Taylor Elevator Music presenting Atmospherics/Weather Works August 27th, 2007

WNYC The Brian Lehrer Show interview presenting Sound-seeker March 29th, 2007

The Anxiety of the Client: Dilemmas of the Database as a Compositional Tool by Mathew Ostrowski in The Leonardo Electronic Almanac vol 15 issue 1, 2007

An Eye and Ear on the Earth review by Shana Ting Lipton in The LATimes Jan 18, 2007

Hurricanes and Global Warming as Art by Michael Rydzynski in The OC Register December 26th, 2006

Weather or Not by Theo Douglas in The OC Weekly January 11th, 2007

WFMU Stochastic Hit Parade interview with Bethany Ryker and Joe Gilmore discussing The NYSoundmap and N., October 2006

World Music for a Dying Planet by Jason Gross discussing N. and Heat and the Heartbeat of the City in Downtown Express October 6th

The Glacier Whisperers by Shane Brennan features N. The College Hill Independent September 15th

Sound-seeker featured in the Manhattan User's Guide Newww.York, August 16th, 2006

Artist's interview in no.25, Summer 2006

Artist's interview on Soundlab space for sonic art in the framework of [NewMediaArtProjectNetwork]:||Cologne, Summer 2006

Artist's interview in The Javamuseum Interview Project, Cologne, Germany 2006

WNYC SoundCheck interview with John Schaefer discussing the NYSoundmap 2005

WBAI Pacifica Radio interview discussing Acoustic Ecology with Janet Coleman, Joel Chadabe and Annea Lockwood 2005

Wilson, Martha Leonardo What Franklin Furnace Learned from Presenting and Producing Live Art on the Internet, from 1996 to Now Vol. 38 Issue 3 pp. 193-200, June 2005

Barrett, David. Art Monthly Motohiko Odani/ Joe Gilmore & Andrea Polli Site Gallery Exhibition Review No, 287 June, 2005

Martin, Chris .BBC: Derby Blast Sights and Sounds at the Q-Arts Gallery Arts Feature August 26, 2005

Oates, Leah . NY Arts Magazine Dark Nature: Part 1 September/October, 2005

Bronx Talk BronxNet (cable channel 67) Erica Strongin/Julia Waters discuss Meteorological Phenomena with Gary Axelbank June 16, 2005

Bronx News 12 (cable channel 12) Meteorological Phenomena interview with Erica Strongin in Glyndor Gallery July 29, 2005

Museums New York Magazine A Mix of Sun and Clouds Summer, 2005

Glamour Magazine (Italian Edition) L'arte (con)temporanea June, 2004

Day, Adrienne. NY Arts Magazine Gen.R.8ing Art March/April, 2004

Women, Art and Technology book by Judy Malloy, MIT Press, 2003

St. George, Paul. Andrea Polli: Extended Moments chapter in Human-Computer Interaction edited by G. W. M. Rauterberg, IOS Press, 2003

89.3, WFPL public radio interview for Signal:Noise, Louisville, KY 2002

Software Development Magazine discusses the Beaut.e(Code) project July, 2002

Wilson, Stephen. Information Arts MIT Press, 2002

Loring, Karla. The Chicago Tribune Magazine A Virtual Renaissance February 25, 2001

89.3, WKKC Critic's Corner public radio interview, Chicago IL 2000

Camper, Fred nineteen ninety-nine in chicago The Chicago Reader Sept 17, 1999

Art and Innovation: The Xerox PARC Artist-in-Residence Program book by Craig Harris, MIT Press 1999

Birringer, Johannes. Media & Performance The Johns Hopkins University Press 1998

848, NPR Chicago radio interview 1998

Hayford, Justin Fractured Voices Chicago Reader Sept 20, 1996

Mullin, Diane Ada: Women in Technology Review The New Art Examiner May, 1996