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Fractured Waves documentation, Colton Hash, 2020.Fractured Waves documentation, Colton Hash, 2020.

Artists to discuss union of science and creative expression

A free public event Saturday, Feb. 27, will feature two artists discussing how they use environmental data to create works and virtual platforms to reach audiences.

UWindsor MFA student Michael Lucenkiw and Colton Hash will take to Zoom to explore their practices, including the various ways in which science and art can act in unison to generate critical discussion about climate change and the effects of industrial capitalism on natural environments.

Presented by the Incubator Art Lab and Artcite, the talk will begin at 2 p.m. Find more details, including a link to the event, on the gallery’s website.