Feeling Frozen? Chris Larson’s Deep North – Tiny Houses as Art and Commentary

As an artist, I do not profess any deep knowledge about the science of climate change, but I do have specific images that come to mind when I think about it. There is a moment in “The Inconvenient Truth”, for example, when Al Gore explains how the Gulf Stream– the conveyor belt of ocean currents that guides warm water around what would otherwise be a much colder climate, might break and could theoretically plunge Europe into a rather a rather sudden ice age.” – Chris Larson via Huffington Post

via Kimberly Brooks: What Climate Change Might Look Like: Chris Larson’s Deep North.

Feeling Frozen? For an alternate view of climate extremes and the recurring 400 year Little Ice Age cycle, listen to this interview with Suspicious 0bserver Ben Davidson.

Chris Larson's Deep North

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