GIER commissioned artist Gary Barwin to create visual art inspired in scholarly publications on environmental research occurring across campus. By bringing the Arts and Environmental Sciences together, GIER aimed to showcase and appreciate the research of GIER Affiliate Members from a new perspective!
Here is the result of this fantastic work, which was exhibited at GIER’s Launch event.
Intrigued about the scholarly articles that inspired Gary Barwin’s art? Here are the references to these publications:
Top row: Labrosse et al. (2011). Arboriculture and Urban Forestry, 37(5), 219; Hawkins & Silver (2017). Geoforum, 79, 114-123; Dodds & Holmes (2016). J Hotel Bus Manage, 5(145), 2169-0286; Safieh et al. (2019). Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 574, 245-259.
Bottom row: Boetzkes (2016). RCC Perspectives, (1), 51-58; Hénaux et al. (2013). Journal of Applied Ecology, 50(1), 223-231; Knight et al. (2019). Biology letters, 15(7), 20190327.
For more information on Gary Barwin’s work, please visit https://garybarwin.com/bio/
Banner photo credit: Alexander Schimmeck on Unsplash.