The Cube 2019 Artist-in-residence
Amanda Kay and Jerome Dobinson of T3D Studios presented The Great Acceleration. This project explored the impact of human activity contained in ice cores. These past traces of activity offer insights into current issues such as climate change and accelerating human impacts on earth.
Their project will explore the impact of human activity on the earth's geology and ecosystems. Based in Tasmania, their multi-disciplinary partnership combines contemporary technologies with traditional arts practices to create site specific artworks. With each artwork they explore the human relationship to the built environment, creating solutions that transform space, identity and communities. They have successfully installed site specific public artworks for a variety of government departments and facilities. They aim to inspire future generations and allow the public to engage with and contemplate art outside the gallery environment.
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