From the tundra earth, a fern unfolds and stretches into the sky.
Spectral Arctic Ice Triangulations (2010)
Underneath the ice shelf of the Chukchi Sea we hear the ice cracking and shifting; fur seals, bowhead whale and beluga call underwater. These recorded sounds are processed by a digital filter, itself made out of 40-years of sea ice extent change data. This is a song of global warming sung by the soundscape of the Arctic ocean.
Ice Cycle: Formation (2015)
The sounds of a melting Alaskan glacier are “refrozen” by the computer into melodic tones. The ice forms crystals of sounds. These crystals build into a six-pointed rhythm, a snowflake pulse, that becomes a new glacier of sound.
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