A selection of images that hung in The Dark Room as part to the Filter exhibition.
During the residency I invited locals to pose for portraits using a thermal imaging camera. I also asked them to write down their darkest fears and frustration with the inaction on climate change.
These small images are a result of using a very low resolution thermal imaging camera that is normally just used to record heat escaping from homes or electrical devices. The image size was a mere fraction of a regular smart phone. This approach stemmed from the concept of what a thermographic photograph might look like if it was taken of a frustrated climate scientist.