|8 Mar 2023||14:30 – 16:30||Room 1, Darwin College, Newnham Terrace, Cambridge CB3 9EU|
In this panel discussion, we continue our exploration of shared techniques and different approaches to ice, through consideration of science and art. What does ice look like? What inscription practices are useful for recording and understanding icy landscapes, and how might these depictions be different from what we expect? How have sensing practices changed over time, and what might we imagine in the future?
We will invite contributions from Gareth Rees, Isabelle Gapp and Irene Kopelman, before opening the conversation to the group as a whole.
- Gapp, Isabelle (2021): ‘A Woman in the Far North: Anna Boberg and the Norwegian Glacial Landscape‘ Kunst Og Kultur, ÅRGANG 104
- Cheetham, Mark A.: (2018) ‘Glacial Urgency. The Time of Diane Burko’s Paintings in the Cryosphere’