Secular Cosmologies is an immersive fulldome installation created in collaboration with Dr Adrian Lahoud (Dean of the School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art) and architect/designer Kamil Dalkir. This practice-based research project investigates the impact of climate change on global migration. Looping animated data visualisations projected in a specifically designed fulldome space create a perceptually engaging experience. This immersive projection aims to transform the complexity of climate change and its impact on migration into a personal experience for the audience.
The project was exhibited in Let’s Talk About the Weather: Art and Ecology in a Time of Crisis at the Sursock Museum, Beirut in July 2016. It was included in After Belonging – On Residence at the Oslo Architecture Triennale, Norway in September 2016. The project continues to be developed for the Future Design exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London in April 2018.