Global environmental change calls urgently for new perspectives, practices and fresh imaginations. The book Interventions explores new possibilities for visualizing environmental change and introduces innovative ways for communicating environmental change and raising public awareness on environmental issues. The book is launched on November 26, 2016 at the Oulanka Research Station in Kuusamo, Finland, coinciding with the 50-year anniversary of the station. Through essays and projects, the book explores the potential of art-science collaboration, how photography can contribute to the creation of a sense of place, and how photographic techniques allow us to show something familiar in a new light. Blurring the boundaries of science and fiction, it also questions how we see our environment, our place in nature, and how we understand science and art. Interventions results from a series of international workshops organized by the UArctic Thematic Network on Communicating Arctic Research, also known as the SubZero collective. In the course of four years, the workshops have brought together students and professionals of photography as well as students and researchers in natural sciences, humanities and social sciences. Interventions also highlights student contributions: workshop participants have taken most of the photos, and students are also to thank for the design and layout of the publication. Interventions is an outcome of the Thematic Network’s project Visualization of Environmental Change, funded by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation in 2014-2016.
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Published by Oulanka Research Station
27×20 cm, 223 pages