I wanted to do more projects that actually had some really measurable impact.
The artists of Sensing Change investigate, observe, and translate our environment and its complex processes. What are their motivations for creating works dedicated to local and global environmental change? What tools are they using? How do they hope to engage the public?
Explore the work and insights of the artists behind Sensing Change through video interviews and other media. Learn more about how the pieces in Sensing Change came to be, how the artists work together with scientific data and scientists, and what the future holds for their environmentally focused work.
In HighWaterLine, a performance piece, Eve Mosher traces a chalk line at 10 feet above sea level.
Waters: Glacier and Bucks, 2007−2011, comprises eight photographic prints by Diane Burko.
Calendar of Rain was a visual record of precipitation, presented from 2013 to 2014.
Wind Map makes visible the current wind speeds and patterns across the United States.