LEARNING FROM ICE
Focuses on cryospheric environments in the Canadian Arctic, Svalbard Archipelago, and the Hindu Kush Himalayas.
Combines scientific and artistic approaches to climate change by developing acoustic and aural methodologies in cryospheric research.
Explores the afterlives of radioactive materials from the accidents of Chernobyl and Fukushima Daiichi to the isotopic signature found in glacial ice.
Examines the evidential role of ecological materials in making claims such as oil spills and pollutants.
TRIALS, TRIBUNALS, TRUTH COMMISSIONS
Considers legal forums, in particular the ICTY, as well as the emergence of alternate accountability mechanisms.
Investigates the evidential role of matter as both registering external events and exposing the practices and procedures that enable matter to bear witness.
Reflects upon sound’s entangelement with questions of law and speculates upon notions of acoustic justice.