Airborne

31oct(oct 31)11:00 am14nov(nov 14)8:00 pmAirborneAirborne is an audio-visual artwork exposing the impact of air pollution on the health of children. A soundscape provides a description of the journey of a pollution particle through streets and into the body of a child, alongside interviews with parents and children affected by asthma. All of these elements combine to gather evidence, link to wider questions about climate change, and make the invisible visible.The Pipe Factory, The Pipe Factory 42 Bain Street Glasgow G40 2LA(October 31) 11:00 am - (November 14) 8:00 pm OrganiserIf Not Us Then Who?ThemeClimate Justice

Event Details

Airborne is an audio-visual artwork exposing the impact of air pollution on the health of children. The work focusses on London, with a view to expand to other cities around the globe. The project includes microscopic images of particulate pollution (black carbon) in children’s spit, infrared photographs of children’s veins, and data maps showing pollution levels in London. A soundscape provides a description of the journey of a pollution particle through streets and into the body of a child, alongside interviews with parents and children affected by asthma. All of these elements combine to gather evidence, link to wider questions about climate change, and make the invisible visible.

Sarah Stirk is a London based multimedia artist, investigator and photographer. Over the last 10 years her work has focussed on a wide range of global threats, from factory farming and the illegal wildlife trade to fracking and air pollution to name a few. She is co-founder of a women-led cooperative exposing environmental, human rights and animal welfare issues.

Source: https://www.airborne.earth/

Time

October 31 (Sunday) 11:00 am - November 14 (Sunday) 8:00 pm

Organiser

If Not Us Then Who?

We are exploring one key element of the climate crisis by asking a very basic question – who is protecting our forests?

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