Counting one to four: nature morte


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Counting one to four: nature morte visualises the predicted consequences of our warming atmosphere on the Earth’s biodiversity. The work references the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2014 business as usual RCP 8.5 model and vividly illustrates its projections of up to 52% of all terrestrial mammals, reptiles, marine species, amphibians and insects committed to extinction by 2100.

Conceptually Counting one to four: nature morte aims to sensitise a desensitised society via the recapturing of the peer-reviewed data and forcing it back into the public sphere, to create an analysis of the projected consequences of our immediate future.

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by Debbie Symons