Under-Mine at Art Laboratory Berlin – Transmediale Vorspiel
Vernissage: Samstag 25. Februar 2017, 20 Uhr
Artist talk am Sonntag 26. Februar 2017, 15 Uhr
Under-Mine solo SciArt exhibition by Australian Alinta Krauth looks at the effects of climate change on animal senses. There are many ways in which we recognise that a shifting climate effects creatures of all kinds – the most commonly understood is habitat disruption. But there are also many lesser-known effects, such as how it affects the senses, and thus a creature’s ability to navigate and survive in their world.
Under-Mine seeks to represent some of the more interesting cases of sense disruption through climate change: the horse and proprioception, the lizard and chemoreception, the woodlouse and hygroreception/thigmokineses, the bat and echolocation, the turtle and magnetoreception, among others.
The display is made of five animation art pieces and one large interactive display through which the audience can choose to view the stories of these creatures through an interactive timeline between now and a warmer/moister future, turning artwork into both narrative and game.
A study book will also be available to show the available scientific research into these areas, compiled by the artist.
>> Artist talk on 26 February, 2017 at 3PM <<
Art Laboratory Berlin
26. 02. – 02. 04. | Fr. – so. 14 – 18 Uhr and by appointment