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A Cultural Response to Climate Change

Marije de Hass, Wellness over time, Inkjet print on paper, 2010

20 August – 2 October 2010

Kings Place Gallery
Kings Cross, London

Private View: Thursday, 19 August, 6-8pm

Unfold exhibits the work of over 20 artists who have participated in Cape Farewell expeditions in 2007 and 2008 to the High Arctic and in 2009 to the Andes. Each artist witnessed firsthand these dramatic and fragile environments aligned to human activity and made artworks that are both exciting and highly original. Unfold celebrates their work and the artists commitment to addressing, in some form, the underlying issues of climate change and the evolving human response towards a new narrative of symbiotic existence.

Artists: Heather Ackroyd + Dan Harvey, Amy Balkin, David Buckland, Adriane Colburn, Sam Collins, Nick Edwards, Leslie Feist, Francesca Galeazzi, Nathan Gallagher, Marije de Haas, Robyn Hitchcock + KT Tunstall, Ian McEwan, Brenndan McGuire, Daro Montag, Michèle Noach, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Sunand Prasad, Tracey Rowledge, Lemn Sissay, Shiro Takatani, Clare Twomey, Chris Wainwright

UNFOLD: A Cultural Response to Climate Change

20 August – 2 October 2010

Kings Place Gallery

Kings Cross, London

Private View: Thursday, 19 August, 6-8pm

Unfold exhibits the work of over 20 artists who have participated in Cape Farewell expeditions in 2007 and 2008 to the High Arctic and in 2009 to the Andes. Each artist witnessed firsthand these dramatic and fragile environments aligned to human activity and made artworks that are both exciting and highly original. Unfold celebrates their work and the artists commitment to addressing, in some form, the underlying issues of climate change and the evolving human response towards a new narrative of symbiotic existence.

20 August – 2 October 2010

Kings Place Gallery

Kings Cross, London

Private View: Thursday, 19 August, 6-8pm

Unfold exhibits the work of over 20 artists who have participated in Cape Farewell expeditions in 2007 and 2008 to the High Arctic and in 2009 to the Andes. Each artist witnessed firsthand these dramatic and fragile environments aligned to human activity and made artworks that are both exciting and highly original. Unfold celebrates their work and the artists commitment to addressing, in some form, the underlying issues of climate change and the evolving human response towards a new narrative of symbiotic existence.

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