Emily Wardill's No Trace of Accelerator (2017) begins with the depiction of a series of seemingly spontaneous fires which broke out in an isolated French during the 1990's (similar incidents have been depicted in Kaufman's 'Synechdoche', in which the character Hazel purchases a house that is eternally on fire, and - in real life - the giant underground fire of Centralia in Pennsylvania). Wardill's work brings in the research of anthropologists Marc Poumadere and Claire Mays, who examined the town as a case study of the social amplification of risk. . . . . . . . . . #arttherapy#curator#arthistory#artlover#artlife#academia#artporn#criticalthinking#artnews#knowledgeispower#educateyourself#emilywardill#standardoslo#altmansiegel#collectcontemporaryart
Emily Wardill's No Trace of Accelerator (2017) begins with the depiction of a series of seemingly spontaneous fires which broke out in an isolated French during the 1990's (similar incidents have been depicted in Kaufman's 'Synechdoche', in which the character Hazel purchases a house that is eternally on fire, and - in real life - the giant underground fire of Centralia in Pennsylvania). Wardill's work brings in the research of anthropologists Marc Poumadere and Claire Mays, who examined the town as a case study of the social amplification of risk. . . . . . . . . . #arttherapy#curator#arthistory#artlover#artlife#academia#artporn#criticalthinking#artnews#knowledgeispower#educateyourself#emilywardill#standardoslo#altmansiegel#collectcontemporaryart
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