Ice Floor Sci-Art Installation
Ice Floor: sci-art installation
Ice Floor by British artist Wayne Binitie
Ice Floor, is an immersive exhibition commissioned by engineering consultants Arup. UK born artist Wayne Binitie in collaboration with the British Antarctic Survey developed the climate change artwork as part the ‘Aesthetics of Water’ science & art collaboration with the Royal College of Art PhD Fine Art student to raise awareness and of ice core research. This Virtual Reality tour gives online visitors a sense of the installation.
Binitie works with glaciologist Dr Robert Mulvaney, Pete Bucktrout (BAS Creative Services Manager) and Linda Capper (Head of BAS Communications). His inspiration comes from studying ice core data and learning about changes in sea ice extent and glacier retreat in both the Arctic and Antarctica.
Ice Floor: a virtual visit
The scan demonstrates the capabilities of the VR360 camera technology and allow viewers to walk around the installation. The spaces will have embedded sounds, video and information to allow visitor to better understand the artists storytelling
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