Change: World’s first permanent “floating” polar art exhibit makes it debut aboard new Arctic-bound ship this Spring

The world’s first permanent ship-based polar art installation will make its debut to the public this spring. Entitled Change, the unique exhibit will be curated by artist Zaria Forman and highlights the effects of climate change. The collection includes drawings, paintings, video, photography, sculpture, and more from over 35 artists all personally curated by Forman. The floating exhibit will be housed on the National Geographic Endurance … Continue reading Change: World’s first permanent “floating” polar art exhibit makes it debut aboard new Arctic-bound ship this Spring

Colors of Change: Short film documents the intersection of art, culture and science forces in Greenland

Colors of Change is a short environmental film about Greenland seen through the eyes of an artist who documents climate change, an Inuit Elder and a NASA scientist. Artist Zaria Forman travels to Greenland for inspiration for her next body of work, and to visit the fjord where she spread her mother’s ashes. The planet has been shedding sea ice at an average annual rate … Continue reading Colors of Change: Short film documents the intersection of art, culture and science forces in Greenland

Zaria Forman draws the glaciers we’re losing — Grist

In 2016, Zaria Forman got the opportunity of a lifetime. Officials at NASA reached out to the Brooklyn artist — who hand draws massive, pastel landscapes depicting polar ice — and invited her to join their IceBridge operation. According to Forman, as part of IceBridge, NASA scientists have flown over the same parts of the… via Zaria Forman draws the glaciers we’re losing — Grist Continue reading Zaria Forman draws the glaciers we’re losing — Grist