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Coccolithophorids and krill form key systems of energy that shape the marine environment. Coccolithophorids are possibly the greatest sequesterers of carbon dioxide in the sea. Krill are central in the marine food web. Their health is threatened by ocean acidification due to increasing levels of CO2 falling from our atmosphere.

2010 Cocco dance 01, Acrylic on cotton duck, 1140mm x 840mm

 

2010 Cocco dance 02, Acrylic on cotton duck, 1140mm x 840mm

 

2010 Cocco dancer 01 (details), Acrylic on cotton duck, 1650mm x 590mm

The dress dummy symolises human detachment from the natural system.

 

2010 Krill dance 01, Acrylic on cotton duck, 400mm x 300mm

2010 Krill dance triptych 01, Acrylic on cotton duck, 400mm x 300mm (x3)

2010 Drawing krill at the Australian Antarctic Division krill nursery (01 & 02), Pencil on notebook paper

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