SubAqueous is an exhibition designed and curated by Caitilin de Bérigny. The exhibition will be on display in the main gallery of the Australian National Museum March 7- April 6, 2019. SubAqueous will be launched by Tim Silverwood on March 7th, 6pm.
SubAqueous is an exhibition designed and curated by Dr Caitilin de Bérigny. SubAqueous features a collection of 16 documentaries made by Colombian artist Sylvana Alférez and students from Design, at the University of Sydney. The documentaries feature interviews by leading environmentalists, scientists and academics working to help preserve reefs and oceans. The exhibition is a timely and important insight into the current state of reefs and oceans. SubAqueous highlights crucial issues that need to be addressed in order to combat plastic pollution & climate change to preserve our oceans future. The 45 artists featured in the exhibition produce a revolutionary insight; and unique opportunity to explore our ocean, as never seen by the detrimental effects of climate change and pollution. Our ocean: “so beautiful, so deep, so vast” , has astonishingly less than 1% environmental protection, largely hidden to the world, is crying-out for help to combat climate change and plastic waste destroying its very existence.