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Harry Ransom Center presents "Arctic Passage" Artist Installation and Conversation

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Photo courtesy of Arctic Passage Artist Installation and Conversation

Award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker Louie Palu will install a series of large format photographs frozen in large ice blocks. The blocks will melt over the course of the day, gradually revealing photographs Palu made in the high Arctic while on assignment for National Geographic. The project explores the evolving situation related to the geopolitics of the Polar region, the history of the Arctic, and climate change.

Award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker Louie Palu will install a series of large format photographs frozen in large ice blocks. The blocks will melt over the course of the day, gradually revealing photographs Palu made in the high Arctic while on assignment for National Geographic. The project explores the evolving situation related to the geopolitics of the Polar region, the history of the Arctic, and climate change.

Award-winning photographer and documentary filmmaker Louie Palu will install a series of large format photographs frozen in large ice blocks. The blocks will melt over the course of the day, gradually revealing photographs Palu made in the high Arctic while on assignment for National Geographic. The project explores the evolving situation related to the geopolitics of the Polar region, the history of the Arctic, and climate change.

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Harry Ransom Center
300 W. 21st St.
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712
https://www.hrc.utexas.edu/events/

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