Antarctica 01 / Pink over Brown Bluff combines real footage of a glacial ice sample, suspended over a sunset at Brown Bluff, Antarctica. The piece is part of Capsules, a series documenting the changing landscapes of Iceland and Antarctica. The work likens miniature ice sculptures made from found materials to celestial bodies–nodding to the impermanence of life, and the dire shifts these frozen environments face due to climate change.
5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Marissa Sher is a Brooklyn-based video artist whose work blurs the lines between micro and macro. She builds sculptures from found and upcycled objects, then uses a combination of mechanical, projection, and visual effects techniques to film and composite them. Her digital art has been exhibited at Now Here Gallery, CADAF Paris, CADAF NYC, and in collections for ART POINT, Studio As We Are, National Geographic, and Lindblad Expeditions. Check out more of her work on instagram.
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