Friday, 29 July 2011
Monday, 25 July 2011
Yesterday I went to visit High Arctic exhibition at National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. The installation consists of 3000 columns, each of them has got a name of Svalbard Glacier which is expected to disappear as an effect of climate change. "It’s 2100 AD and the Arctic landscape has changed forever. Set in one of many possible futures High Arctic conveys the scale, beauty and fragility of our unique arctic environment through an immersive installation which fills the entire 820m2 gallery space." (more on NMM website). Visitors get UV torches and are encouraged to discover on their own – I found it very interesting but was expecting more interaction. Anyway, definitely worth visiting! Here are a few shots, more on my Flickr page.
Sunday, 17 July 2011
Another exhibition from Graduation Projects 09/10 series is currently showing at DOX – Centre of Contemporary Art in Prague.
I've found a photo featuring my Foster project (photo by Mirek Lédl) on the show's official website:
I'd love to visit the exhibition, but seems I won't have a chance as it ends just before my holiday starts. Has anyone been there?