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Impermafrost, 2017

Audio-Visual Installation: individual glass blown forms and kiln enamelled glass sheets, LEDs, controller system, soundscape.

The work was created in response to a residency undertaken in Norway. At the time The National Snow and Ice Data Center released an animation of the Arctic sea ice melt, it was one of the highest melts recorded. The work explores shifting states and natural cycles, it considers the impact of global events on a local level, transposing the experience to a domestic scale.


Special thanks to S12 Studio and Gallery, 


Climate data obtained from National Snow and Ice Data Center.

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