WHRC invites you to meet the artist
Justin Brice Guariglia
Can Art Inspired by Science Change the World?
Thursday, November 2 from 5:30-7:00 pm
WHRC Harbourton Auditorium
149 Woods Hole Road, Falmouth, MA
Over the last two decades Justin Brice Guariglia has developed a unique transdisciplinary art practice working in collaboration with philosophers, scientists and journalists to develop a more informed and holistic world view. In doing so, his art has become a research practice to investigate the world, and forge a deeper understanding of important ecological issues of our time.
WHRC is proud to present a public lecture by Mr. Gurariglia, who exemplifies the growing desire of artists to address climate change and related topics. He will speak about his recent collaboration with NASA, his creation of a sea-level rise App “After Ice” (which received 13 million impressions in its first week in the iTunes store), and his current solo exhibition at the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach titled “Earth Works: Mapping the Anthropocene,” ironically located directly across from Mar-A-Lago. Learn more about the artist in this recent New York Times article.