An exhibition exploring the reality of endangered species and humanity's responsibility to protect them
Karolina Sobecka's interactive video explores self-awareness, empathy for animals, and nonverbal communication by combining a mirror with a projected animal face that both mimics the viewer and acts independently.
In this video by Antonio Briceño and Sara Bernal, the collecting habits of bowerbirds are juxtaposed with those of flea market shoppers, inviting us to reflect on our impulse to collect objects as a way of defining ourselves and attracting others.
Spoofing the movie, The Matrix, the Meatrix video series was created to educate viewers about factory farming and offer solutions to support sustainable food and agriculture.
This dark tale about extinction by Ryder Cooley features songs about extinct creatures such as the Tasmanian Tiger, Giant Deer, and Xerces blue butterfly, sung by a lost musician who summons the animals back to life for her Graveyard Cabaret.
Artists have long expanded the boundaries of art to focus on significant social and environmental issues. In this exhibition, artists help us understand that we have the power to spare animals from suffering and exploitation by making better choices about the food we eat, the things we buy, and the activities we support. Learn more, and take action, by visiting the Ethics, Excess, Extinction exhibition on our website.