Tipping Point, Wolverhampton Art Gallery
11 May 2013 – 6 July 2013
This group exhibition centred on global climate change and showcased a range of artistic responses to the environmental and humanitarian issues associated with it, currently and in the future.
A ‘tipping point’ is defined as the level at which the momentum for change becomes unstoppable. This group exhibition centres on global climate change and showcases a range of artistic responses to the environmental and humanitarian issues associated with it, currently and in the future.
The exhibition features acclaimed international artists including Turner Prize winner Simon Starling, nominees Darren Almond and Anya Gallaccio, alongside Virginia Colwell, HeHe, Merel Karhof, John Kelly, Heather and Ivan Morison, Katie Paterson and Lori Nix.
The exhibition also includes an exciting new commission by Gerry Judah, inspired by a research trip to India in association with international development agency Christian Aid.
This exhibition was accompanied by a publication – you can view it and read more HERE.