An investigation of human influence on the state of the Earth is profiled through the photographs by Edward Burtynsky, the films by Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier and augmented reality installations. That’s the multidisciplinary Anthropocene exhibition, at its European debut at Fondazione MAST, Manifattura di Arti, Sperimentazione e Tecnologia, in Bologna, opening on May 16. Anthropocene is the completion of a four-year-long collaboration by the three artists and filmmakers. Their rigorously researched project calls for awareness of how the planet has been irrevocably transformed by human activity. Through innovative imagery, Anthropocene keep its focus on capturing the massive extent of human […]
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