“An Artistic Climate Transforms Data into Art” in Livescience

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March 6, 2014 - Philadelphia, PA

Excerpted from an op-ed by Whitney Dail Yoerger

Call them eco-artists, call them environmental artists, call them crusaders. As concern over climate change has grown, many artists have employed their work to explore the human toll on the natural world. . . . 

Last fall, the Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia projected Particle Falls onto the Wilma Theater as part of the foundation’s Sensing Change exhibition. It was the second presentation of Particle Falls since its development for the 2010 ZERO1 Biennial in San Jose, Calif. “I like to think of these projects as living things that are evolving,” Polli said. “I’ll show them more than once, and with each iteration it may change.” Read More.

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