Invisible Dust

London | Thursday 21 September
Pollution level: Moderate

Nick Crowe


30/10/2009
The Drowning of Tuvalu (2008)- Nukufetau

Nick Crowe’s work explores changes in technology and their sociological effects in terms of people’s perceptions and behaviours.

His worked combines an attention to the poetics of human relations with a sometimes harsh reading of their effects. Over the past four years he has produced video, sculpture and new media and his work has addressed themes from the Iraq War to Climate Change.Crowe’s recent exhibitions include AT 25 Metres, FACT Centre, Liverpool (with Ian Rawlinson), Sammlung Witkowski at Axel Lapp Projects, Berlin and the Whitstable Biennale 2008.

1 comment

  1. Pintu says:

    that they must treat the woman in labor as if they are already a vicitm of the disease . Ulrich’s explanation of the diary of midwives in post-Revolutionary era America shows the consolidation and definition of a practice. Each midwife had different experiences and opinions on the best method of childbirth separate from those other contemporaries. They had to establish themselves as a the most knowledgable in their practice.

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