Into the blue Manchester - Cloud Crash exhibition
20 October 2016 - 3 February 2017 (10:00-17:00)
Museum of Science & Industry, Liverpool Road, Castlefield, Manchester, M3 4FP
As part of NERC's celebration of science, Into the blue, we have commissioned Cloud Crash, which is Cape Farewell's 2016 Lovelock Art Commission, by Paris-based artists HeHe. The pieces are part of the flagship events for the Manchester Science Festival.
The three new site-specific works take inspiration from our research in atmospheric science, as well as James Lovelock and the Museum of Science & Industry's collection.
In their engagement with the industrial landscape, HeHe blur the boundaries between natural and man-made clouds, depicting micro-climates and manufactured airspaces of artificially engineered clouds, in an imaginative appropriation of atmospheric cloud research.
Who are HeHe?
Find out more about Paris-based artists HeHe, Helen Evans & Heiko Hansen, on HeHe's website - external link.
Who are Cape Farewell?
Cape Farewell - external link changes the way we think about climate. Partnering with world-renowned institutions, they engage their international audiences with film, artworks, novels and public facing narratives to motivate a creative and sustainable future for us all. Cape Farewell has a strategic programme of activity to help build the low carbon culture we need.
Into the blue Manchester is part of the Manchester Science Festival - external link 2016.