The artwork Reefs on the Edge was designed by Caitilin de Bérigny, and built by artists and designers: Phillip Gough and Adityo Pratomo, who designed and built the TUI objects and table; Ge Wu, who edited the multiple-channel video installation; and Michael Bates, who created the soundscape.
Reefs on the Edge is a trans-media artwork that explores how coral reef habitats and ecosystems are threatened by the effects of climate change. During onacloV’s exhibition InterANTARCTICA, she met Erika Woolsey an American Marine Biologist. Woolsey was inspired with onacloV’s installations. She invited her to collaborate on her PhD research entitled Reefs of the Edge: "I was drawn to her work because she really believed in the importance of collaboration between science and art in order to convey an important message".
2012-2013 | Reefs on the Edge: The Meaning of Life: Celebrating 50 years of Biological Sciences at The University of Sydney. Macleay Museum.
2011 | Reefs on the Edge, Web Directions South Design Lab Exhibition, Sydney.
2011 | Reefs on the Edge, Attract: Relate: Sustain, Verge Gallery, Sydney.