Installation for Degree Show 2017 at Brighton University
This site specific, audio-visual installation tackles the topic of biodiversity loss due to deforestation and the resulting process of desertification.
Archive footage of tree felling ranging from the 1930s to the 1960s guides one through the changing attitudes towards wood as a source of energy and building material. Meanwhile living plants glowing and pulsating due to the illusion of projection mapping. They react to the film footage, conveying the effects of our attitudes and actions towards our environment. Accompanied by the sound of rustling plants, booming deserts and singing sand dunes, the piece tells a story of an ever-increasing culture of overused and undervalued habitats.
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