In an on-going transformation in Arctic Sea ice phenomena, scientists and geologists making digital simulation of landscape phenomena in order to predict its changeability. Remote territories have a history of being red for scientific research; however the sense of visually and physically being in to such phenomena needs a level of spatial resolution. Therefore the project explores the space between the simulation and actual model. How we experience the effect of global warming in human time scale at one the most important site of such changeability, Arctic region?
Climatologists simulating weather condition based on computer grid cell, during the simulation process some data wont rich to the cells due to complexity of data analysis, such cells that has no information known as “Dead Cell” and that is the site of the project. The project is a set of index instruments that create an accelerated landscape between the real and the predictive model. An experiment that is a large-scale physical simulation to making invisible forces visible. It demonstrates a landscape that is 1:1 model of its own accelerated future.
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