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Sea Change

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A survey of digital art that addresses accelerating changes across climate, culture, and time. Each artist’s work on view offers a unique perspective on the interconnectedness of technology and the natural world. The works range from watery warnings, poetic reflections on human nature, and futuristic reinterpretations of the technologies that are reshaping our lives. Sea Change weaves together themes of artificial intelligence, simulation, and identity to reveal our precarious position amid the world’s seismic changes affecting society and the human condition.


LaTurbo Avedon, Leo Castañeda, Fabiola Larios, Cassie McQuater, Lorna Mills, Harvey Moon, Eva Papamargariti, Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Nicolas Sassoon and Rick Silva, and Rodell Warner

Sea Change is organized by PAMM’s Digital Engagement department under the guidance of Jay Mollica, Senior Director of Digital Engagement. Special thanks to Harvey Moon for development and to Todd Bryant and Ziye Zhang for production support. PAMM’s project galleries and digital initiatives are funded in part by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Selected Artworks

Cassie McQuater, "Love Birds, Night Birds, Devil-Birds", 2019
5m Video Art 2019
Eva Papamargariti, "Liminal Beings", 2019
9m Video Art 2019
Fabiola Larios, "Wild Wired World", 2023
3m Video Art 2023
Alfredo Salazar-Caro, "Coatlicue y Mictlantecuhtli", 2023
3m Video Art 2023
Harvey Moon, "SlowScan", 2018
4m Video Art 2018
Rodell Warner, "Fifteen Terrariums", 2023
5m Video Art 2023
Rick Silva and Nicolas Sassoon, "Signals 4", 2023
6m Video Art 2023
Leo Castañeda, "Levels & Bosses: Camoflux Mangrove Biome", 2023
4m Video Art 2023
LaTurbo Avedon, "Frontier Study", 2018
6m Video Art 2008
Lorna Mills, "Wnrwnrchickndnr", 2017
3m Video Art 2017

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