1:10 mins, 2017

In Rising Tide, water from the Antarctic Sound digitally rises above Antarctica's icy mountains.

There are three sections, each with a different landscape that has less snowpack then its precedent. In each section, the water slowly rises over the course of ten minutes: turning valleys into bays, mountains into islands, and the Antarctic Sound into open ocean.

By projecting the "rising waters" of Antarctica, onto Boston's City Hall, I wanted to link the city's history, present moment, and future, with the bigger picture.

Documentation location: HUBweek: Immersion | Boston, MA | Oct 2017

View: Documentation stills


Camera 1: Georgie Friedman | Camera 2: Dylan Silvia | Camera 3: Erin Morlock