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Environmental changes makes Earth sigh
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Photo courtesy of And The Earth Sighs Exhibition, Adelaide
From the Saturday 2nd to Sunday 17th March 2019, the South Australian Museum is hosting 'and the earth sighed' Exhibition. Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski are Australian visual artists whose work comprises of anything between cartography, sublime landscape photography and cinema. Their quest is to present land and oceans as living organisms and to show the impact human intervention can have on fragile environments. Through their art, they send valuable messages to the audience.
In this exhibition, the visitor can see large scale floor projections of dynamic imagery (lands lost to desert, fire or rising seas), all filmed from drones and focusing on our delicate environment and showing climate change in real time.
The exhibition will be shown daily from 10am to 5pm. The South Australian Museum is located in North Terrace, Adelaide. Entry is free.