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ICEPAC - International Catabatic Experimental Platform for Antarctic Culture
Site-specific installation in Antarctica in the frame of the project ITASC for the International Polar Year 2007-2009
Exhibition:
2 - 17 February 2009
South African Antarctic station SANAE IV
71º 40422' South / 2º 50.5080' West
Veslekaervert, Dronning Maud Land
Organized by Oi Futuro and the Goethe-Institut Rio de Janeiro

The exhibition is part of the 2nd Biennial of the End of the World (Bienal del Fin del Mundo) in Ushuaia, Argentina, and other places, 2009.

Curator: Alfons Hug
See the >> curatorial text
Participants:

ARQZE, Pol Taylor
Chile
Erika Blumenfeld
USA
Adam Hyde
New Zealand
Rebecca Mattos
Brazil
Thomas Mulcaire
South Africa
Siphiwe Ngwenya
South Africa
Ntsikelelo Ntshingila
Swaziland, South Africa
Amanda Rodrigues Alves
Brazil
The ITASC Catabatic Experimental Platform for Antarctic Culture (ICEPAC) is a mobile rapid-deployment IPY research station. ICEPAC is a solar and wind powered, zero-environmental impact, living and working unit capable of providing 6 crew members with the tools / resources needed to conduct joint or independent work in remote polar environments for periods of up to 30 days.

More information:

Curatorial text

ICEPAC

International Polar Year

The Polar Project

SANAP, South African National Antarctic Programme

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