Inviting visitors to explore a conceptual space interpreting polar regions, High Arctic by United Visual Artists aims to use artistic language to boost awareness of adverse human impact on nature.
"Set in the 2100AD, High Arctic is a monument to an Arctic past which invites us to think about human impact in the Arctic region and contemplate its fragility, its beauty, and its scale," say the artists of their installation on the United Visual Artists website. This multi-sensory piece uses light, sound and sculpture to create a monument to arctic landscapes, suggesting the dire effects of glacier melting.
With its cutting-edge immersible quality and striking abstract aesthetic, High Arctic by United Visual Artists captivates visitors with a foreboding message of environmental adversity.
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