Ocean Treasures: Anthropocene Artifacts

When: July 16-20 2019

The Anna sums this showcase up: "Artist-researcher Jennifer MacLatchy combs shorelines in Nova Scotia by kayak and by foot, searching for and collecting marine debris, or, anthropocene era artifacts. This exhibition is a museum-like display of artifacts that have been documented and preserved with great care in order to study the relationship between humans and the ocean in a time of great change and loss. This work is an enactment of small acts of great care aimed at addressing massive and overwhelming environmental problems. In doing this, it engages with feelings of futility, grief, and maybe hope."


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