Watch Glacial Retreat in Iceland-AnthropoScene I : Breakdown
The film is a black humour on global warming’s visible effects at one of the fastest-retreating glaciers, Breiðamerkurjökull, in Iceland’s Vatnajökull National Park
The traffic just seems to be getting worse every day at Iceland’s iceberg lagoon, Jökulsárlón.
Dur: 4’08” / Cinema 4K video with stereo audio.
Australian video artist Adam Sébire brings wry black humour to global warming’s visible effects at one of the fastest-retreating glaciers, Breiðamerkurjökull, in Iceland’s Vatnajökull National Park: its procession of astonishing ice forms is here reimagined as a traffic jam of cinematic proportions.
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The films were made during a residency at SÍM Reykjavík, in November-December 2017 as art pieces about climate engineering, the Anthropocene era and anthropogenic influences on our environment.
You can view Anthroposcene II and III here
Shot on Panasonic GH5 & Atomos Ninja Inferno in HDR. Completed in Rec.2020 HLG, DCI 4K.
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