New exhibition considers humanity’s damaging effect on planet Earth, showcasing artworks created in response to the climate crisis in Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Oceanic countries are particularly vulnerable to the destructive changes in the environment, with sea levels rising due to climate change and the oceans filling with plastic. In this exhibition, Indigenous Australian and Pacific Islander artists respond to these hazardous environmental changes and plastic waste. Examples include Anthony C Guerrero’s, woven baskets made from plastic found on a beach in Guam, and George Nuku’s installation, Bottled Ocean 2123, which imagines the state of the oceans a century from now.
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