New Media Arts

Connected Nature

Artist(s): Pawel Janicki (Polish), Disnovation (French), Daria Jelonek (British) and others.
Running Time: 22 October 2021 - 3 January 2022

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The exhibition outlines the diversity of the current environmental landscape by exploring both major and marginal phenomena, their qualification often depending on point of view and context. Reinterpreted by the artists, the different aspects of the reflection on ecology form a whole - a whole recomposed, in movement, allowing everyone to constitute their own toolkits and standards regarding these questions which we know are urgent but never sufficiently immediate; both systemic and individual; very contemporary but deeply ingrained.

Artists: Pawel Janicki (Polish), Disnovation (French), Daria Jelonek (British) and others.

Photo credit Daria Jelonek "Technological Nature"

Part of Season for Change, a nationwide programme of artistic and cultural events that celebrate the environment and inspire urgent climate action led by Artsadmin and Julie’s Bicycle, and supported by Arts Council England and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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