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ecoartscotland is pleased to announce that we will be co-hosting a talk by Louis Helbig, Canadian environmental photographer, at in the Main Boardroom (Level 5) Evolution House (corner of West Port and Lady Lawson Street), Edinburgh College of Art at 4pm on Tuesday 2nd April. Â For more information, email email@example.com.
Louis Helbig is a Canadian aerial art photographer and social commentator. Â His best-known project, Beautiful Destruction â€“ Alberta Tar Sands Aerial Photographs, uses the evocative power of art to create space for viewers to reflect, imagine and think for themselves. Â He depicts one of the largest industrial projects of our time.
Also ongoing is Sunken Villages about what disappeared and has re-emerged; ten communities flooded by the St Lawrence Seaway in 1958. Â That industrial project was the pride of the Commonwealth in its time.
Raised in rural British Columbia, Canada, Louis Helbigâ€™s work is informed by the eclectic. Â His background includes membership of Canadaâ€™s national cross-country ski team, several academic degrees, flying bush planes, and employment with various public agencies and government departments, NGOs and education institutions. Â He left Canadaâ€™s Department of Foreign Affairs in 2006 to pursue art.
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It has been established byÂ Chris Fremantle, producer and research associate withÂ On The Edge Research,Â Grayâ€™s School of Art, The Robert Gordon University. Fremantle is a member of a number of international networks of artists, curators and others focused on art and ecology.
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