An art exhibition by the American artist-researcher, associate professor Itty Neuhaus, opens in the University of Oulu. The exhibition is about change and the forces of change in the Arctic. In her work Neuhaus takes an artist’s look at the change in the Arctic. She has measured and photographed icebergs in the Labrador sea above and below the waterline to capture changes taking place in polar ice.
The "Ice See Level" exhibition by Neuhaus includes installations and photographic works. The exhibition is open in the Showroom of the TellUs Areena in the University of Oulu from Tuesday 9 February 2016. The address is Erkki Koiso-Kanttilan katu, doors 2S and 2T.
Scratchberg II, lines removed by scratching, photographed in Twillingate, Newfounland by Itty S. Neuhaus.
The exhibition is part of the Fulbright Arctic Initiative Plenary Week in the University of Oulu, 8-12 February 2016, and the Fulbright Arctic Symposium 11 February. They bring almost 300 researchers, students, advocacy group representatives, and policymakers to Oulu for a discussion on securing sustainable development in the Arctic.
You can find the work and works of Itty Neuhaus at www.ittyneuhaus.com
Last updated: 5.2.2016