Site with no real place
Site with no real place examines humanity’s impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems due to over population, consumption and the introduction of invasive species. In this exhibition round objects with a planetary feel contain matter that refers to our few remaining pristine ecosystems. Site with no real place imagines a new place where technology can repair some of humanity’s impact on the natural world. The ideas are inspired by science and technology.
You can read an accompanying text by Talia Smith here