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Antarctica Dissolving Perceptions, 2009

Made collaboratively by artists Jasmine Targett and Debbie Symons

Glass L 200 W 200 H150mm (each dome)

Present: Ice Shelf State of Cryosphere

Collective Past: Climatology Trajectory

Forecast: Heat  – changes colour from blue – red depending on the angle viewed

Antarctica: Dissolving Perception consists of three hand blown glass domes that research the three central issues surrounding scientific documentation of decreased ozone over Antarctica during the last twenty years. Through shifting scale the domes act similarly to a microscope, magnifying the areas of impact on the ice over the landmass. This research discusses the potential implications the forecast for decreasing ice implies.

Data Sourced from : National Snow and Ice Data Center

Exhibition history for Antarctica Dissolving Perceptions

Making Sense, Craft Victoria, 31 Flinders Lane, Melbourne VIC 3000. Dates September 8th to October 15th, 2011.

The Politics of Perception Latrobe Regional Gallery, 21 March – 24 May 2015

Exhibition Reviews:

ArtsHub The Politics of Perception, Mem Capp