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Created by Lucia Enriquez in collaboration with Jon Riedel, PhD, USGS lead geologist, for the exhibit "Surge: Mapping Transition, Displacement and Agency in Times of Climate Change." Organized by MoNA in partnership with the Skagit Climate Science Consortium, Surge is an exhibition drawing attention to climate change and its tangible effects on the Northwest’s Coastal communities. Artists worked with environmental researchers and educators to present the public with new perspectives on issues such as flooding, storm surge, coastal erosion, glacier retreat, through exhibits, lectures and education programs as well as participatory art activities.
"The Memory of Water," installation view at the Museum of Northwest Art, 2023
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