So grateful to @Greenpeace for letting us collect ambient smog particulate on their roof in the creation of Kim Abeles’ new work for Ceramic Art London. Kim’s plates and stencils will sit there for the next 3 weeks quietly allowing ambient particulates to fall on them. At the end of the process the white stencils will be pealed off to reveal images expressed in smog dust. Making visible the seemingly invisible problem of air pollution.
You can see the final results at ‘On Air’ a ceramic exhibition about air pollution at @ceramicartLondon 8-10th April. The show will be a call to action - and great to be working alongside such tireless and creative eco campaigners as Greenpeace.