title_ Deep Breathing Resuscitation for the Reef (Australian Museum)
medium_ Various wet specimens, corals, pigment, acrylic boxes, laboratory glass
exhibition_ Australian Museum, Sydney NSW, Australia
description_ Deep Breathing Resuscitation for the Reef is an installation that explores the effects of climate change affecting the Great Barrier Reef. The work was first exhibited in Paris during the United Nations Convention on Climate Change in late 2015, and was critically acclaimed. Deep Breathing Resuscitation for the Reef was informed by a field trip to the Australian Museum’s world-renowned Lizard Island Research Station.