Artist Talk with Anna McKee & Jim White
Part of the exhibition opening at the CVA on August 4, Water Line: A Creative Exchange

Anna McKee is a visual artist living and working in Seattle. Her art is an exploration of memories that accumulate in the physical world – specifically where human history intersects a longer time span. McKee’s work, WAIS Reliquary, is a sculptural representation of 68,000 years of climate records taken from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. The 22-foot long x 14.5-inch deep x 9-foot high sculpture consists of silk, glass, glacier water and wood. The work also includes a multi-channel soundscape by sound artist Steve Peters made from the sounds of the glass ampules used in the visual work, referencing the crystalline qualities of ice and the vertical representation of geological time implied by the drilled ice core. Jim White is a CU Boulder professor of geological sciences and environmental studies.

Event is open and free to all.

Thursday, September 14 at 6pm
Center for Visual Art, 965 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
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