'Breathing with the Forest' by Marshmallow Laser Feast, on show at Shifting Landscapes. Courtesy the artist

This multisensory show immerses viewers in the beauty and fragility of Earth’s at-risk ecosystems.

Curated by filmmaker and Emergence Magazine founder Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, Shifting Landscapes brings together a host of different artworks and mediums that remind us of our deep relationship with the planet, as well as its precarious state.

It covers a wide range of topics – everything from beekeeping in Slovakia and the destruction of mangrove forests in Cambodia through to England’s diminished nightingale population and the copper mines of Romania.

Artworks range from purely visual, as in Kiliii Yüyan’s photos of the changing Arctic landscape, to film, audio and experiential immersive AV artworks. Marshmallow Laser Feast is premiering a new video and sound installation entitled Breathing With The Forest, which offers a ‘deep experience’ of the Amazon rainforest and our relationship with trees.

‘Shifting Landscapes’ is on display at Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, until 10 December 2023.

'Desert Fire Flood'  by Zied Ben Romdhane – part of <em>Shifting Landscapes</em>. Courtesy of the artist
‘Desert, Fire, Flood’ by Zied Ben Romdhane (c) – part of Shifting Landscapes. Courtesy of the artist

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