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. Additional motion graphics have been created by designer Robert Walker. 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.
To date 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 also included in After Belonging – On Residence at the Oslo Architecture Triennale, Norway in September 2016. The project will continue to be developed for an upcoming installation in the Future Design exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London in April 2018.