MELTDOWN: Visualizing the Climate Crisis

MELTDOWN: Visualizing the Climate Crisis
Noemie Goudal 'Glaciér 2' (2016) © Noemie Goudal. Image courtesy of Project Pressure

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The Horniman Museum's most famous resident is a taxidermy walrus. But that splendid creature's un-stuffed and still-living friends are, like many ice-dwelling beasts, in considerable danger. This multi-artist exhibition shows precisely what ice erosion looks like, providing a view of the world's ice (or lack thereof) that is ecologically terrifying and artistically powerful. The exhibition includes images of Switzerland's Rhône glacier which has been covered in a huge geo-thermal cloth to try to minimise its disintegration. 


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