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Arctica: the last fragments

8 – 29 November 2019.


Opening remarks Dr Mark Jessop, Lecturer in Zoology, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University College Cork. In association with National Science Week.

Artist and former physicist Angela Gilmour presents a response to her experience on The Arctic Circle residency program, having spent three weeks on an expedition during the Summer Solstice (midnight sun) in 2019. International artists, scientists and innovators live and work aboard a Barquentine Tall Ship while sailing the waters of the international territory of Svalbard, an Arctic archipelago just 10 degrees latitude from the North Pole. Arctica is a prehistoric continent of which the High Arctic and Svalbard are part of the remaining fragments, now also under threat from climate change. Angela Gilmour’s art practice is inspired by scientific observation. In this collection, she looks at the way nature is affected by climate change, and how the actions of humans drive that change. Her work combines landscape, emotion and data to emphasise the fragility of life.

High-quality limited edition prints are available for sale printed with archival pigments on Hahnemuhle photo rag 308gms paper.

Series 1 approx A4 30 euro 

Series 2 approx A3 60 euro

Series 3 approx A2 120 euro

Series 4 approx A1 240 euro

Please contact for exact size and price

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