In the first iteration of Vitalstatistix’s long-term project Climate Century, we present an exhibition of multidisciplinary art works that imagine climate futures in the coastal and river environs of Port Adelaide and the LeFevre Peninsula.
Informed by the insight and foresight of local environmentalists, commissioned artists have conjured surprising, intriguing and beautiful interpretations of climate change that range from the melancholic to the utopian. The visual art, sound and live art works are presented alongside a month of public events and talks.
Presented in partnership with the SA Maritime Museum, the exhibition is the first public outcome of a five-year project (2014—2018) inviting artists to work with communities, scientists, environmentalists and others, to respond to the provocation: how will we commemorate and memorialise the climate century?
Dates: 12 November – 13 December
When: Thursdays 12-8pm & Fridays–Sundays 12-5pm
Where: Various Locations, commence from SA Maritime Museum, Lipson St, Port Adelaide.
When: Wednesday 11 November, 6-8pm
Where: SA Maritime Museum, 126 Lipson St, Port Adelaide.
Artist-run tours & talks
When: Every Thursday, 5-7pm
Where: Departing from Adventuress Textiles, 116 Lipson St, Port Adelaide.
When: Every Sunday, 2-4pm
Where: Beginning SA Maritime Museum, 126 Lipson St, Port Adelaide
The Everyday Imaginarium
When: Sunday, 15 November, 12pm – 5pm
Where: Jackalope Studio Gallery, 19 Carlton St, Port Adelaide.
More details here
Or take some time out on your own with our Walking Guide, available at all the venues or online here.
This is a free event/s.