On view December 3, 2016 – February 19, 2017.
What do rapper Pharell, a projection artist, and a skateboard company have in common? They’re all concerned about the vitality of our oceans and the impact that our pollution – from plastics to ghost fishing gear – is having on marine life. But they’re also doing something about it.
The Animal Museum has teamed up with World Animal Protection to bring you a dynamic exhibition that plunges you feet first into today’s watery world with 360-degree projections by visual artist Ethan Turpin, sculptures by the Arts District’s own Cynthia Minet, stunning photography by Rachel Ceretto, and other creative individuals. Come see how social entrepreneurs, innovators, and nonprofit staffers are disrupting cultural norms by taking on harmful industry practices and byproducts that entangle, maim and even kill marine animals. To ‘sea’ change, we need to be the change.
Curators: Carolyn Merino Mullin & Rafael Perea de la Cabada
This exhibition is made possible thanks to the support of:
Dates: December 3, 2016 - February 19, 2017.