[@ABRONS SERIES] OPTICS: PICTURING CLIMATE CHANGE

For the past few decades, stranded polar bears atop melting ice caps have become the images almost unanimous with visually depicting climate change. But as the global crisis intensifies, so too has the repertoire of photographs able to capture the geographical transformation, as well as the human impact of our warming planet. Join ICP Optics series host Reya Seghal at Abrons Art Center for a special evening with Josh Haner, where we will take a closer look at his Carbon Casualties series and explore how imagery is created and used within the climate change debate.