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Aeronode: Climate Change Signs in the Cloud

Presented by University of Michigan - Flint Department of Fine and Performing Arts at UM-Flint Harding Mott University Center, Flint MI

Nov 02 - 17 2022
Aeronode: Climate Change Signs in the Cloud

A visitor nailing his climate change message to the cloud.

An participative exhibition by the international eco-arts collective Transnational Temps at the UMFlint’s UCEN Gallery on the first floor of the Harding Mott University Center. Visitors post their thoughts on climate change on the gallery walls.

The UCEN Gallery on the campus of the University of Michigan-Flint is proud to present new work by the eco-arts collective Transnational Temps.  Visitors to Aeronode: Climate Change Signs in the Cloud are asked to “air their thoughts on climate change and other similarly persistent environmental crises.”  For Transnational Temps this exhibition is the third in a series of participative works that solicit oral or written comment on climate change (Terranode, 2004-2005; Aquanode, 2006). In

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The exhibition will be open through Art Walk hours on November 11th.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


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