Extinction or Survival?   Exhibition graphics, Manchester Museum, 2016   While species extinctions have happened since life first evolved, we are at a point in the Earth’s history where humans are present to document these changes. This exhibition will challenge the visitors to join the museum in a discussion: How important is it to save biodiversity and what could we all be doing to make a difference?  Each section has its own set of colours and a laser cut plywood panel that represent the iconic species of the section. The removal of the animal’s image is a way of physically manifesting that loss of species. This creates a window - forming a new viewpoint which may helps us to better understand our actions on nature.  Project completed with Plaid London

Extinction or Survival?
Exhibition graphics, Manchester Museum, 2016

While species extinctions have happened since life first evolved, we are at a point in the Earth’s history where humans are present to document these changes. This exhibition will challenge the visitors to join the museum in a discussion: How important is it to save biodiversity and what could we all be doing to make a difference?

Each section has its own set of colours and a laser cut plywood panel that represent the iconic species of the section. The removal of the animal’s image is a way of physically manifesting that loss of species. This creates a window - forming a new viewpoint which may helps us to better understand our actions on nature.

Project completed with Plaid London

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  Extinction or Survival?   Exhibition graphics, Manchester Museum, 2016   While species extinctions have happened since life first evolved, we are at a point in the Earth’s history where humans are present to document these changes. This exhibition will challenge the visitors to join the museum in a discussion: How important is it to save biodiversity and what could we all be doing to make a difference?  Each section has its own set of colours and a laser cut plywood panel that represent the iconic species of the section. The removal of the animal’s image is a way of physically manifesting that loss of species. This creates a window - forming a new viewpoint which may helps us to better understand our actions on nature.  Project completed with Plaid London
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Extinction or Survival?
Exhibition graphics, Manchester Museum, 2016

While species extinctions have happened since life first evolved, we are at a point in the Earth’s history where humans are present to document these changes. This exhibition will challenge the visitors to join the museum in a discussion: How important is it to save biodiversity and what could we all be doing to make a difference?

Each section has its own set of colours and a laser cut plywood panel that represent the iconic species of the section. The removal of the animal’s image is a way of physically manifesting that loss of species. This creates a window - forming a new viewpoint which may helps us to better understand our actions on nature.

Project completed with Plaid London

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