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18 February - 29 February
Art Aviso presents
18 – 29 February 2020
Tuesday – Friday 11am to 5pm,
Saturday 11am to 3pm
Art connects us to the problem in a felt way…
The whirlwind of data and opinion surrounding climate change can be overwhelming; how do we form something meaningful and informative out of all of the figures, news, opinions and anxiety surrounding this topic?
Art connects us to the problem in a felt way, it encourages engagement, deep thinking, problem-solving and questioning.
The title of this exhibition (1.5 Degrees) comes from the challenge of the global community to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees (above pre-industrial levels). It is about the science of climate change, communicated in diverse and intriguing ways.
Featuring the work of:
Emanuel (Mr.E) Sammartano
Julian Di Martino
Lana de Jager
With special guest collaborators: Skunk Control
Guest Curator: Autumn Tansey
I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN HERE by Skunk Control
Saturday 29th February 2pm
45 Flinders Lane
FREE ticketed event
Art and Science pose questions, prompt investigation and create opportunities for further exploration. They can devastate and unite yet can share the same frame and respond to the same plight. Although rarely considered to be aligned with one another, their union provides a certain vulnerability yet ultimately a perceived venerability.
Making use of hands on demonstrations, this presentation considers how science and art can “infiltrate” each other to demonstrate the “I have always been here” reality.