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John Palmesino and Ann-Sofi Rönnskog

Sensible Zone


  • TUE - SUN
    22/05 > 31/07
    11 AM - 7 PM

    01/08 > 21/11
    10 AM - 6 PM
  • Central Pavilion
  • Admission with ticket

Ann-Sofi Rönnskog (Finnish, b.1976) and John Palmesino (Italian, b.1970) of Territorial Agency (UK, est.2007)

Description

Sensible Zone is a proposition to engage the most important project for the future of human cohabitation: sea level rise. We might have just enough time to keep oil in the ground and reduce its dangers of global warming and climate chaos. Thirty years to change what we have destroyed in the last thirty years of rapid urbanization. Thirty years to become sensible to the multiple transformation processes of the Earth, and prepare for a new architecture.

WITH THE ADDITIONAL SUPPORT OF

TBA21–Academy, Svenska kulturfonden
Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia

Productions credits

Concept, Design: John Palmesino, Ann-Sofi Rönnskog
Design Development: Eva Ibañez Fuertes, Sahir Patel
Bathymetric data of the Venice Lagoon: ISMAR–CNR
Bathymetric data: GEBCO gridded bathymetric dataset, MGDS Marine Geoscience Data System
Lidar data: USGS, AHN Actueel Hoogtebestand Nederland, UK National LIDAR Programme
Satellite data: ESA European Space Agency, Copernicus Sentinel Program, Landsat program
Satellite data analysis: Territorial Agency
Visualisations: Territorial Agency
CTBTO hydro-acoustic and infrasonic data analysis: Sahir Patel
Installation coordination: DH Office
Installation technical execution: Mattia Biadene, Philipp Krummel, OTT ART

Sensible Zone is a spin-off from the Territorial Agency research project Oceans in Transformation, by TBA21—Academy. Oceans in Transformation is exhibited in Ocean Space, Church of San Lorenzo, Venice 22.3-29.8.2021

Central Pavilion
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