Emily Parsons-Lord:
Art made of the air we breathe

TEDxYouth@Sydney · 10:49 · Filmed May 2016
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Emily Parsons-Lord re-creates air from distinct moments in Earth's history — from the clean, fresh-tasting air of the Carboniferous period to the soda-water air of the Great Dying to the heavy, toxic air of the future we're creating. By turning air into art, she invites us to know the invisible world around us. Breathe in the Earth's past and future in this imaginative, trippy talk.

Emily Parsons-Lord makes cross-disciplinary contemporary art that is informed by research and critical dialogue with materials and climate science. Full bio
This talk was presented to a local audience at TEDxYouth@Sydney, an independent event. TED editors featured it among our selections on the home page.



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