"Changing Tides” is a visual interpretation of the haunting phenomenon of coral bleaching and expresses how the climate crisis is changing the world around us—and humans are to blame. Susanna Harris is interested in nature’s reclamation and the contextual parallels that has with rebirth after hardship. This work finds parallels between the damage humans do to the environment and the negative impact we experience. It also is a soft whisper of our own fragility and the unfortunate realization that as individuals we can do all we can to promote and live change, but something more has to be done.
“Changing Tides” is part of Art Spot, a series of 13 temporary public art installations that explore themes around climate change and conservation. Featuring 14 artists and nine locations in and around downtown Columbus, Art Spot installations are in the windows of partner businesses and nonprofits through the first half of 2023. Art Spot was co-directed by Amy Leibrand and Stephanie Rond.
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