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N. Masani Landfair, Breathing to the Next Breath, 2020 Collage on found materials
N. Masani Landfair, Detail of Breathing to the Next Breath, 2020 Collage on found materials
N. MASANI LANDFAIR, BREATHING TO THE NEXT BREATH, 2020 COLLAGE ON FOUND MATERIALS
Rosemary Holliday Hall, Liquidation, 2020 Native prairie seeds, wax, porcelain, pennies, dimes, metal, light
Rosemary Holliday Hall, Liquidation, 2020 Native prairie seeds, wax, porcelain, pennies, dimes, metal, light River of Shadows, 2020 Video
Jeremy Bolen, Albedo, 2020 Wood, white roofing granules, doorbells, sorbent, modified humidifier carbon-capture units, CarbonCure concrete, tinted plexiglass, artificial grass, radiant-barrier insulation, soil from the City of Chicago, grass seed
Jeremy Bolen, Albedo, 2020 Wood, white roofing granules, doorbells, sorbent, modified humidifier carbon-capture units, CarbonCure concrete, tinted plexiglass, artificial grass, radiant-barrier insulation, soil from the City of Chicago, grass seed
Meredith Leich, DesPlaines McDonald's from the Chicago and the Rain series, 2020, watercolor on paper, 30” x 22”
Glass Curtain Gallery Installation, photography by Jonathan Castillo
Barbara Cooper Seep, 2020 Aluminum screening, hardware cloth, chicken wire, found  plastic water bottles, abaca paper pulp, graphite, beeswax
Barbara Cooper Seep, 2020 Aluminum screening, hardware cloth, chicken wire, found  plastic water bottles, abaca paper pulp, graphite, beeswax
Barbara Cooper Seep, 2020 Aluminum screening, hardware cloth, chicken wire, found  plastic water bottles, abaca paper pulp, graphite, beeswax
Barbara Cooper Seep, 2020 Aluminum screening, hardware cloth, chicken wire, found  plastic water bottles, abaca paper pulp, graphite, beeswax
Barbara Cooper Seep, 2020 Aluminum screening, hardware cloth, chicken wire, found  plastic water bottles, abaca paper pulp, graphite, beeswax
Andrew S. Yang, Parts-per-million (planetary aspirations), 2020 Silk-screen printing, paper, air
Andrew S. Yang, Parts-per-million (planetary aspirations), 2020 Silk-screen printing, paper, air
ANDREW S. YANG, PARTS-PER-MILLION (PLANETARY ASPIRATIONS), 2020 SILK-SCREEN PRINTING, PAPER, AIR
Meredith Leich, Chicago and the Rain, 2020 Watercolor on paper, HD Animated Video
MEREDITH LEICH, CHICAGO AND THE RAIN, 2020 WATERCOLOR ON PAPER, HD ANIMATED VIDEO
Meredith Leich, Chicago and the Rain, 2020 Watercolor on paper, HD Animated Video
Hector Duarte, Requiem for Two Spirits, Defenders of the Migrant Tümü (Butterflies) Wire, interfacing, cloth, gauze, plastic, acrylic paint, pastels, black light, milkweed and marigold
Hector Duarte, Requiem for Two Spirits, Defenders of the Migrant Tümü (Butterflies) Wire, interfacing, cloth, gauze, plastic, acrylic paint, pastels, black light, milkweed and marigold
Hector Duarte, Requiem for Two Spirits, Defenders of the Migrant Tümü (Butterflies) Wire, interfacing, cloth, gauze, plastic, acrylic paint, pastels, black light, milkweed and marigold

Third Coast Disrupted: Artists + Scientists on Climate
September 8 – February 19, 2021

Gallery hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Thursday 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Closed on Saturday and Sunday.
Capacity of gallery is 10 visitors and masks are required.

To see a virtual tour of the exhibit, click here

Third Coast Disrupted: Artists + Scientists on Climate is an exhibition of newly commissioned artworks culminating a yearlong conversation between artists and scientists centered on climate change impacts and solutions in the Chicago region.

Through science-inspired sculpture, painting, collage and more, the artworks examine local impacts -- happening here and now -- ranging from extreme heat to flooding to habitat loss, and more. They also shine light on local solutions underway, like "cool roofs," nature-based approaches to slowing stormwater, and backyard habitat restoration. Some imagine future possibilities. 

Third Coast Disrupted is based on the notion that art can connect and engage with people on an emotional level. It can pique curiosity, be unexpected, tactile, interactive, evocative, and memorable. It can slow people down, inspire them to reflect, move them to talk to each other -- and spur them to act.


Curatorial Team: Project Director & Lead Curator, Christine Esposito; Science Curator, Liam Heneghan; Art Curator, Lisa Roberts; Senior Consultant, Meg Duguid

Participating artists: Jeremy Bolen, Barbara Cooper, Hector Duarte, Rosemary Holliday Hall, N. Masani Landfair, Meredith Leich, Andrew S. Yang

Participating scientists: Elena Grossman, MPH; Daniel Horton, Ph.D.; Abigail Derby Lewis, Ph.D.; Aaron Packman, Ph.D.; Katherine Moore Powell, Ph.D.; Desi Robertson-Thompson, Ph.D.; Phil Willink, Ph.D.

Hear the artists discuss their works and the scientists give context for them here.

Glass Curtain Gallery Webcam
Please use the window below for a live view of the gallery. Click on the blue arrows at the bottom of the window to change the camera view.

Programming
Note: All programming for Third Coast Disrupted will take place online. 
Click here for full program descriptions.

Thursday, February 4, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Breaking Down Plastics. Building up Solutions
Barbara Cooper, Third Coast Disrupted Artist
Tyrone Dobson, Senior Volunteer Engagement Manager, Alliance for the Great Lakes
Timothy Hoellein, Associate Professor, Loyola University
Watch a recording of the program here

Previous events:

Wednesday, September 16, 7 – 8 pm
Katharine Hayhoe: Connecting Global Change to Local Impacts & Solutions
Katharine Hayhoe, Climate Scientist, Texas Tech University
Watch a recording of the program here


Thursday, September 17, 8 – 9 am
The Art of Communicating Climate: A Conversation
Katharine Hayhoe, Climate Scientist, Texas Tech University
Mika Tosca, Climate Scientist, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Christine Esposito, Project Director & Lead Curator of Third Coast Disrupted and Founder, Terracom - Moderator. Sponsored by Openlands.
Watch a recording of the program here

 

Thursday, October 1, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Water, Water Everywhere: First-person Flooding, Impact & Action 
Elena Grossman, Program Director, BRACE-Illinois, and Third Coast Disrupted scientist
N. Masani Landfair, Third Coast Disrupted Artist
Daniella Pereira, Vice President of Community Conservation, Openlands
Debra Shore, Commissioner, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago
This program is part of Chicago Water Week.
Watch a recording of the program here

 

Thursday, October 8, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Avian Effects: Climate Change and Birds
Forrest Cortes, Director of Community Engagement, The Nature Conservancy in Illinois
Peggy Macnamara, Artist/Professor/Author, Field Museum and School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Doug Stotz, Senior Conservation Ecologist, Keller Science Action Center, Field Museum
Watch a recording of the program here

 

Thursday, October 22, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Getting Around Carbon: New Looks at Transportation Options
Melody Geraci, Deputy Executive Director, Active Transportation Alliance
Daniel Horton, Lead Researcher, Climate Change Research Group, Northwestern University, and Third Coast Disrupted scientist Andrew S. Yang, Associate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Third Coast Disrupted artist
Sponsored by the Illinois Science & Energy Innovation Foundation
Watch a recording of the program here

 

Thursday, February 4, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Breaking Down Plastics. Building up Solutions

Barbara Cooper, Third Coast Disrupted Artist
Tyrone Dobson, Senior Volunteer Engagement Manager, Alliance for the Great Lakes
Timothy Hoellein, Associate Professor, Loyola University
Watch a recording of the program here

 

To view a copy of the Third Coast Disrupted catalog, click on the image below:

                     Third Coast Disrupted catalog

 

DEPS is proud to present the DEPS Artist Profile Series featuring the artists of Third Coast Disrupted: Artists + Scientists on Climate. The DEPS Artist Profile Series is designed by Gianella Goan and managed by Kaylee Fowler. To view these interactive documents featuring artist interviews please click on the images below:

 artist profile Bolen     Cooper artist profile     Duarte artist profile 

 Hall artist profile     Landfair artist profile     Leich artist profile   

                                              Yang artist profile
                             

This program is partially supported from a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency and Illinois Science & Energy Innovation Foundation with additional support from Keith Giles and Christine Skolnik; OpenlandsThe Nature Conservancy; Clare Butterfield and Edward Maldonado; Greenleaf Advisors, LLC; Debra Shore; The Fogelson Family Foundation; and Keller Science Action Center, Field Museum. This program was created through a collaboration between Columbia College Chicago, DePaul University’s Institute for Nature and Culture, and Terracom.

Learn more at:

Third Coast Disrupted

For more information about Third Coast Disrupted: Artists: Artists + Scientists on Climate: mporter@colum.edu/312-369-6643 

 

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