Carbon Synthesis - Artist Residency and international collaboration.

Hill, Tracy orcid iconORCID: 0000-0002-6218-4242 (2021) Carbon Synthesis - Artist Residency and international collaboration. [Show/Exhibition]

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Carbon Synthesis is an international project to reveal the possibilities of linking art and science to transform perceptions of liminal wetland landscapes; revealing the effects of climate change across the globe by visualising the (in)visible.
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic’s visible impact on lowering world pollution emissions Carbon Synthesis is a trans-disciplinary project which proposes to reveal rhythms and markers of climate change by linking art and science; revealing the effects by visualising the (in)visible.

2021 marks the beginning of a year long artist residency with Lancashire Wildlife Trust, City of Trees and Carbon Landscape which will link Little Woolden Moss in Greater Manchester to a wider international collaboration with artist’s Dr Sarah Robinson and Dr Donna Franklin (Perth, Australia) and research teams at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, Finland.

Carbon Synthesis is an international investigation into the possibilities creative practice offers translating current understanding and developing technological capabilities transforming perceptions of our global wetlands.

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