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Leviathan: Elegy for Ice
Examination of climate change, moral and political philosophy, philosophical aesthetics, and demonology through a computer-generated seascape in real-time, hydrophone recordings of glacial ice.
In Leviathan: Elegy for Ice, artist Pete Froslie continues to transform the museum’s newest exhibit space into an experimental extension of his studio. Previously, visitors encountered Froslie’s computer-generated seascape in real time, which was accompanied by hydrophone recordings of glacial ice. As he expands his Leviathan series, Froslie returns to using chemical processes to extract rare earth metals from electronic waste as he continues to answer the question: “How best can we seeView more
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Special hours for at-risk groups are Monday – Saturday, 10 – 11 a.m.
13 S 300 W, Cedar City, UT 84720
Parking for the museum is in the open lot on the northwest corner of 300 West and University Boulevard.