Tuning Up - Summer 2022

After the Flood

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By Virginia Hanusik | June 1, 2022
Virginia Hanusik
Virginia Hanusik

For the better part of a decade, I’ve lived in South Louisiana, which is experiencing coastal erosion and sea level rise faster than almost anywhere else in the country. I became interested in depicting these changes to the landscape without the “disaster imagery” that typically accompanies stories about the climate crisis. A lot of my work now focuses on the relationship between architecture and climate change, and the ways that built environments symbolize larger societal challenges.

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