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Sea level is rising around the world: art is putting it in the spotlight

Artist Sarah Cameron Sunde's 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea is a series of nine site-specific performances and video art works where the artist immerses herself in water, feeling the tide rise and fall, and locals can participate or observe from shore. Image: Sarah Cameron Sunde

Gemma Parkes
Communications Lead, Ocean Action Agenda, World Economic Forum
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