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Air of the Anthropocene

Watch the video now to learn more about Air of the Anthropocene and have your mind-blown by this ground-breaking technology which can show you just how much pollution you are surrounded by.

‘Art can’t change the world, but art can change people, and people can change the world’ John Butler

Air of the Anthropocene is a fascinating National Lottery-funded art project created by artist Robin Price and University of Birmingham environmental scientist Professor Francis Pope. The project documents air pollution levels around the world through photography, creating impactful images that allow people to visualise the air pollution levels around them.Air pollution is the leading environmental risk factor in the UK and globally, which is why Robin and Francis recognised the importance of translating this into something the public could understand and get excited about.

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