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The virtual tour of the exhibition "Hot Pursuit: Visual Commentary on Climate Change" by Sabra Booth will be available to view at BihlHausArts.org, August 15-October 24. This retrospective environmental and climate change body of work was produced by Booth over the past decade. This will be the first time these varied works have been exhibited together.

On exhibit will be: “Slick,” a multimedia installation on environmental depredation caused by the BP oil spill; “Twilights Edge,” a print series funded by a Fulbright travel grant on reduced snowfall in Finland caused by global warming; “Mariposa Machismo” on the explosion of brown butterfly numbers in Texas - 95 percent are male, an aberration initiated by extreme drought followed by torrential rains; “Light Works,” a light installation on coral bleaching due to warming waters installed in a specially constructed blackroom at Bihl Haus; and several series of nature prints and drawings created onsite in various European countries and Japan.

The virtual tour of the exhibition "Hot Pursuit: Visual Commentary on Climate Change" by Sabra Booth will be available to view at BihlHausArts.org, August 15-October 24. This retrospective environmental and climate change body of work was produced by Booth over the past decade. This will be the first time these varied works have been exhibited together.

On exhibit will be: “Slick,” a multimedia installation on environmental depredation caused by the BP oil spill; “Twilights Edge,” a print series funded by a Fulbright travel grant on reduced snowfall in Finland caused by global warming; “Mariposa Machismo” on the explosion of brown butterfly numbers in Texas - 95 percent are male, an aberration initiated by extreme drought followed by torrential rains; “Light Works,” a light installation on coral bleaching due to warming waters installed in a specially constructed blackroom at Bihl Haus; and several series of nature prints and drawings created onsite in various European countries and Japan.

The virtual tour of the exhibition "Hot Pursuit: Visual Commentary on Climate Change" by Sabra Booth will be available to view at BihlHausArts.org, August 15-October 24. This retrospective environmental and climate change body of work was produced by Booth over the past decade. This will be the first time these varied works have been exhibited together.

On exhibit will be: “Slick,” a multimedia installation on environmental depredation caused by the BP oil spill; “Twilights Edge,” a print series funded by a Fulbright travel grant on reduced snowfall in Finland caused by global warming; “Mariposa Machismo” on the explosion of brown butterfly numbers in Texas - 95 percent are male, an aberration initiated by extreme drought followed by torrential rains; “Light Works,” a light installation on coral bleaching due to warming waters installed in a specially constructed blackroom at Bihl Haus; and several series of nature prints and drawings created onsite in various European countries and Japan.

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http://www.bihlhausarts.org/

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