Date(s) - 15/09/2018 - 04/11/2018
10:00 am - 4:50 pm
Location: National Waterfront Museum.
15 September–4 November 2018
In Deluge, artist Karen Ingham uses Swansea Bay sea water and Cornish copper to explore the inundation which could happen to areas of South Wales at risk from flooding if climate change warms the world by just 3 degrees.
Deluge is a multi-sited exhibition of inter-related artworks that focuses on how detrimental human activities critically endanger many of our most important eco-systems. Highlighting the interconnections of our local and global environment Deluge makes visible the microscopic world of plankton and the important role these ‘small wonders’ play in moderating the earths climate in the series Of Sea.
Part of Year of the Sea 2018.
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