Sea Change: The Cruel and Bountiful Sea

Anne Bevan, Pete Stollery (Contributor), Alan Spence, Jason Williamson

Research output: Other contribution


The exhibition, curated by Jason Williamson, brings together an unexpected collection of seemingly unconnected objects – all of which have the sea in common – to explore how the sea leaves its trace on material objects left behind, and to tell the remarkable stories of extraordinary human endeavour connected to these objects.
Star foram, 2015, by Anne Bevan. Anne’s work explores invisible or hidden structures that are part of everyday life. Star forams are single cell organisms from the deep sea. These tiny creatures are indicators of changes in our seas - acidification and rising temperatures. Animation made in collaboration with Dr Ian Butler, University of Edinburgh, with sound by Dr Pete Stollery, poem by Alan Spence.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputvideo, sound, poetry
PublisherAberdeen Maritime Museum
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2017


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