Glacial Speed imaginatively reconstructs the changing topography of a melting glacier. For the project, Camlin made 80 watercolor paintings on screen prints of a glacier map and created a digital video that connects the paintings in succession. Interpreting erosion, cracking, melting, refreezing through abstracted forms, the project asks how it would look for a glacier to melt, if you could watch the whole process decade to decade from above.

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