We are very excited to be working on a new work for the Welcome to the Anthroposcene Project in Hobart, Tasmania. This is an art-science collaboration and we are working with Ecology and Fisheries professor Julia Blanchard on this project, which will focus on food webs and marine ecology in the face of ecosystem crises.
Eco-Anxiety presents contemporary Japanese and Australian artists and designers responding to the changing environment, to reflect the rising tide of shared (eco) anxiety, and ecological empathy, in the Anthropocene. On September 22 – November 4, 2017
We are exhibiting our work “Crystal Palace” in a group show at Bildmuseet in Sweden. Perpetual Uncertainty / Contemporary Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene Press preview on 29th September The exhibition will be opened from 2nd October to 16th April 2017. We are using a room of 240 square meters for an installation. Further information to […]