Our winter exhibition, Kelly Richardson: Halcyon Fog, will engage students in dynamic conversations about our relationship to nature and how this relates to climate change.
Opening January 22 and on until April 2, 2022, Halcyon Fog includes two large-scale immersive video projections, Embers and the Giants and Pillars of Dawn. Both were made in 2019 as a response to the imminent extinction of the Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem and the associated environmental catastrophes as foretold by biologists and climate scientists globally. The exhibition also includes two new video works that suggest a link between unsustainable forest practices and the prevalence of wildfires. These works present a view of an untenable future on Earth. They also offer a call for action that can happen today.
Full descriptions of our interactive tour and workshop options for Schools will be available soon.
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