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Artists imagine environmental change in new museum exhibit "Sensing Change"

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Published on Jun 20, 2013

What motivates artists and scientists to observe and investigate our environment? How do creative professionals in both fields make visible largely invisible processes, such as wind patterns and air quality? What methods and instruments have been used to sense shifts in our climate over time?

CHF explores these questions with Sensing Change, and new art exhibit and related programming. The artists represented in Sensing Change draw inspiration from scientific investigations, historical accounts, and direct observations of the natural world. Their art invites us to explore and respond to both daily shifts in our environment and long-term climate change.

In this video CHF's Jody Roberts describes how the exhibit aims to provoke conversation grounded in experience and connection to our immediate environments and from there to the larger world around us.

Bookmark http://www.chemheritage.org/sensingch... beginning in July for event updates, interviews with featured artists, oral histories of atmospheric scientists, and the stories behind instruments that measure environmental change.

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